One lucky player at Unibet-owned Maria Casino has become a multi-millionaire after hitting the progressive jackpot in the Mega Fortune Dreams video slots game.

The 62-year old man from Sweden won €4,019,671 million from Net Entertainment’s Mega Fortune progressive jackpot network. The lucky winner was rendered speechless for a time, before saying he would spend the money on his family.

“A lot was going through my mind, but I think I just managed to get an “OH” out of me,” he said. “Now I will take care of the most important thing, which is my family. They have been enormously supportive for me throughout the years so this is my time to give back.”

Mega Fortune Dreams is part of the Mega Fortune series of slots and is a popular game with a luxury theme. Sailing on a yacht together with expensive symbols such as diamond-studded watches, diamond rings, champagne and cocktails, players will be dreaming about riches before they even start. The game includes a free spins bonus round and four progressive jackpots and it has managed to create a number of millionaires since it was launched in 2014 (with the original Mega Fortunes game launched in 2009).

In September, one lucky player at Betsson Casino scooped a €4.9 million jackpot, while in August a player at Betsson’s CasinoEuro.com brand took home €4.0 million. The largest ever payout on the Mega Fortune progressive was a whopping €17.8 million by a player in Finland in January 2013.

“This is why we do what we do,” stated Simon Hammon, chief product officer at NetEnt. “We’re delighted that a NetEnt game has helped create yet another multi-millionaire and given another fantastic casino the opportunity to reward their loyal players.”