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Turning into a millionaire with Sky Vegas feels surreal

2017-04-13 12:21:30

Scott Clydesdale, a 40-year-old builder from Durham, thought little of it when he put down £1 in the Sky Vegas casino and with it received a £20 Sky Vegas bonus. He began playing the slot game Toy Factory. What happened then, after 22 minutes and 36 seconds, was unbelievable: Scott turned his initial stake of £1 into £1.6 million.

Scott’s Disbelief

Sky Vegas presented Scott with a cheque over £1.6 million at the Redworth Hall Hotel in Durham. At the occasion, Scott said: ‘I’ve never had a holiday before – I’ve not got a passport.’ The Durham man that is due to get married this year plans to go to Florida for his first holiday.
‘I’m a bit cynical and never thought that a real person won the big jackpots. Obviously now I know it’s real,’ recounted Scott his thoughts as he won big after 125 spins on Sky Vegas.

Aside from fulfilling his dream of a holiday, the County Durham builder will also be able to follow his biggest hobby, the darts, more closely. As a big fan of Peter Wright, Scott will be able to attend events more often and maybe even place a bet or two on Wright.

The darts Premier League continues through to May 2017 with many opportunities for Scott to enjoy his Sky Vegas winnings.

Sky Vegas congratulates Scott on his huge win

'Massive congratulations to Scott on picking up the £1.6 million jackpot and joining an exclusive club of Sky Vegas millionaires,' commented Sarah Hackett, spokesperson for Sky Vegas.

While each and every minutes £5,000 are won, and on average £250,000 every hour, millionaires aren't made every day at Sky Vegas.

Nevertheless, Sarah Hackett feels that their new selection of games helps: 'We have new games to play and jackpots in excess of a million waiting to be won as we speak, so it’s only a matter of time until we change somebody else’s life for good,' commented the spokesperson at the occasion in Durham.