$6.37 million jackpot hit at Sam’s Town

October 01, 2007 11:00 PM
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They say that all good things come to those who wait. Well, no doubt $6,376,452 is a good thing, and the wait has been more than six years.

But the wait is over and someone has finally hit Nevada Numbers’ progressive keno jackpot by picking 5 out of 5 numbers.

So far, the lucky winner has yet to identify himself. The winning ticket was one of three $2 tickets purchased at Sam’s Town by the player. The drawing took place during Nevada Number’s daily 6 p.m. drawing last Wednesday. The winning numbers were 2-18-28-59-66.

"We’re anxiously awaiting the person holding the winning ticket to identify themselves so that we can pay them the largest keno jackpot in Nevada’s history," said Jon Berkley, CEO of Las Vegas Gaming, Inc., which operates Nevada Numbers.

The individual with the winning numbers can claim the prize by taking the ticket to Sam’s Town for positive verification.

Nevada Numbers along with The Million Dollar Ticket and Super Bonanza Bingo are just a few of the games LVGI offers in many casino locations throughout Nevada.

LVGI’s new PlayerVision technology will dramatically expand the distribution of Nevada Numbers and provide even more players the chance to win life-changing jackpots.

PlayerVision was named as the "Most Innovative Gaming Product of the Year — 2006" by an industry trade journal. It enables casino, lottery and slot operators to dramatically increase productivity of their gaming machines by delivering additional real-time wagering opportunities, promotions, bonusing, CRM content, advertising and other content on both new and legacy video slot machines.

"This couldn’t have happened at a more exciting time for our emerging company as we roll out major expansion plans," said Berkley,

LVGI is a game-management system operator, supplier and game designer specializing in gaming technologies as well as keno, bingo and lottery products.

LVGI’s patent-pending PlayerVision technology is a games and media content delivery system for gaming devices and television. LVGI is also the licensed operator of the Super Bonanza Bingo progressive and The Million Dollar Ticket game, as well as the highly acclaimed linked and progressive keno game, Nevada Numbers.