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$127K Win is Second Jackpot for Thrilled Player!

Winner Mike L.

$127,000.00

Chain Reactors Super Trails

Chain Reactors Super Trails

Congratulations Mike!

A quiet afternoon at home brought an unexpected surprise for long-time PlayNow member Mike L. of Winnipeg. He played a few spins on Chain Reactors Super Trails after his girlfriend went home, and ended up winning more than $127,000!

“When I spun, I saw all the yellow faces and thought, ‘Wow, that’s a lot. That many must win!’ Right after that, a message popped up saying I really did win!”

Chain Reactors Super Trails, one of PlayNow’s exclusive instant game titles, is a cascading symbols game, where players can earn multiple prizes on the same spin. To trigger the game’s progressive jackpot, players have to get at least 30 “Goldie” happy-face symbols. Mike’s spin had 31.

Mike won the Chain Reactors Super Trails progressive jackpot of $127,474.22.

“I texted my girlfriend right away, and she didn’t believe me. I sent her a screenshot to prove it!”

Incredibly, this win is the second progressive jackpot win for Mike on PlayNow.com. Seven years ago, he won the $250,588.92 Maxi Jackpot on a similar game, Chain Reactors.

“You know, when I won the quarter million, I was screaming and jumping up and down. This one was a bit different, I said, ‘Nice!’ and I had a huge smile. I was still really, really happy.”

Our winner has one big plan for his prize: “I’m paying off my mortgage!” he exclaimed. “It’ll be a big relief to know I’m mortgage-free.”

Chain Reactors Super Trails is one of a suite of instant-win games available in the PlayNow.com Casino. Remember that each game spin has the same chance of a win.

Congratulations Mike! Wishing you all the best.


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