Lucky Player Hits $75k Win on 90K Yeti Gigablox™ with a $1 Spin

One lucky player will be celebrating after winning an astronomical $75,000 from a $1 spin on 90k Yeti Gigablox™, the recently released slot by the casino game studio 4ThePlayer.

The player was casually spinning in the main game and suddenly encountered the mythical Yeti on a 5×5 Gigablox during the Big Giga Summon feature, creating the awesome win!

90k Yeti Gigablox features the popular Yggdrasil Gigablox™ Game Engagement Mechanic (GEM), where larger than life symbols can land on the reels to create massive big win potential and excitement! The game boasts up to 46,656 ways to win and a maximum win of 90,000x, and is the sequel to 4ThePlayer’s top-performing title, 9k Yeti.

Currently available  to play at over 20 accredited casinos listed  here on Casinomeister to include, Betsson Casino, Playojo and LeoVegas, 90k Yeti Gigablox™ is one of several games produced by 4ThePlayer since they were established three years ago in 2018.

Commenting on the good fortune of the player who now finds him or herself some $75,000 better off, Andrew Porter the Chief Executive Officer CEO of 4ThePlayer stated:

“One of our signatures is entertainment coupled with real big win potential, so it’s brilliant to see 90k Yeti Gigablox deliver such a big win so soon after it’s released. We hope the player enjoys their winnings!”

While Stuart McCarthy, the  Head of Product and Programs at Yggdrasil, adding to Porter’s comments said: “We are delighted to see Gigablox potential being realised in this amazing win! 4ThePlayer have done a superb job creating.”

For further information concerning 4ThePlayer and the games that they have developed, check out our 4ThePlayer review here.

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Dave Sawyer

Dave Sawyer

Dave has been involved in the Online Gambling industry for 20 odd years now. With experience working for an operator based in Gibraltar, where he headed up the IT team at Ladbrokes, to running his own iGaming affiliate websites until 2019.

Dave now writes for Casinomeister and sister site Casino Gazette. You may also see him on the forum from time to time, where he goes by the handle Webzcas.

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