Las Vegas – For a man who spends Christmas Eve in a Las Vegas casino, this is a holiday miracle.
According to Suncoast Hotel and Casino, a man named Kevin won nearly $1
“Superdome alert!” Suncoast Casino posted a hidden winner photo on Twitter. “Congratulations to Kevin on winning the Megabucks jackpot of $15,491,103 on @suncoastcasino!”
According to a press release shared with Fox News, Kevin won the jackpot from the International Gaming Tech Megapoly Slot at around 12:30 pm on Thursday. According to reports, he invested only $40 in it before he won a lucrative victory.
According to Boyd Gaming, owner of Suncoast Casino, this is Nevada’s largest slot machine jackpot in eight years.
A spokesperson for Boyd Gaming told Fox News: “It must be Christmas Eve.” “We are delighted and honored to be able to play a part in this historic vacation award at Suncoast.”
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Kevin, who is protected for security reasons, said he divides his time between Las Vegas and Alaska.
He told Boyd Gaming that he intends to use his bonus to support his business and “pay forward.”
Social media users on Facebook expressed congratulations and best wishes to Kevin.
One user smiled and said: “Congratulations!!! I didn’t even win less than $100. I was there every weekend.”
Another shouted: “Wow, I wish you a Merry Christmas.”
According to the records of the International Game Technology Company, one of the world record slot machine wins in Las Vegas in 2003 occurred at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino owned by MGM Resorts. It is said that a 25-year-old Los Angeles man won $39.7 million.
In the three years prior to this, an anonymous woman won $34.9 million in the desert hotel and resort that is now closed.
This holiday season, it’s not just Kevin who is testing his luck. According to an announcement by the North Carolina Education Lottery on Tuesday, a laid-off kindergarten teacher from North Carolina won $250,000 from a scratch ticket.
Bradford Betz of Fox News contributed to this report.