player wins $3.2M jackpot off a single slot

One lucky devil walked away with a huge prize to their name, securing $5 million payday in USDT at

The chunky prize was secured from a single online slot exclusively developed for by Pragmatic Play, one of the best suppliers in the industry. The eponymous Gates of Bitcasino, named after Pragmatic’s blockbuster title, Gates of Olympus, has been one of the highest-grossing and yielding games has had to offer to its players.

The player was betting with Tether (USDT), which ended up fetching them $3.2 million from a single spin of the reels. Yet, this was not all, as the same player won 500,000 USDT on the same game prior to their seven-figure win just a few days ago.

Overall, the player has won nearly $5 million worth of USDT playing Gates of Bitcasino, making it one of the most lucrative games on the website, which already hosts thousands of slots, and offers players the opportunity to pick, enjoy, and explore some of the world’s best iGaming content.

In a statement, expressed similar happiness with the reward: “Congratulations to another big winner here at Bitcasino! We love to see our players rewarded for their loyalty, and there are not many bigger rewards available in the online casino world than this max win.”

To attest to how rewarding the game has become, Bitcasino reminded that another player won $2.5 million in USDT on Gates of Bitcasino back in January. The casino’s sister website,, saw yet another player win $42 million worth of USDT from a single 50 USDT bet in December 2023, making it the largest jackpot ever won online. The jackpot was honored in full. remains one of the go-to destinations for casino players to explore and enjoy when looking to gamble online. With the casino’s fantastic track record of jackpots, there is good reason why this is the case.

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Written by Barney


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