A slots player won more than $1 million on Friday afternoon at a Strip resort.
Scott Long was in town with friends for a poker tournament when he hit the jackpot at a Strip resort on Wednesday morning.
The man, who recently moved to Las Vegas from Hawaii, won $109,732 at the California Hotel.
The win was one of several to score across the region.
Since the relaunch of Jumbo Bingo in 2018, this is the largest jumbo progressive that has hit to date.
The winner, who wished to remain anonymous, made a $3.75 bet.
Edgar Fabian Estrada Madrigal of Mexico was making his second visit to Planet Hollywood.
The haul was one of several recorded this week in the region.
The winning hand was dealt just after 9 p.m., according to a casino spokesperson.
Circa owner and CEO Derek Stevens came over to offer congratulations to the winner.
The slot machine based on the hugely popular TV game show remains iconic on the Las Vegas Strip.
Three recent jackpots hit at Caesars Entertainment Nevada resorts pay out a total of $466,757 to lucky guests.
The Biggest Little City in the World scored the biggest jackpot in Nevada during the Independence Day weekend.
Five jackpot symbols scattered on the National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation slots machine.
Idaho tourist Jennifer Hall arrived in Las Vegas on Monday. By Tuesday morning, she’d won $1.2 million.