Last Updated: April 29, 2024

This week on, bettors witnessed both stunning upsets and incredible payouts! In a major boxing match on April 20, Ryan Garcia defied the odds (26:1) to defeat Devin Haney by decision, resulting in a massive win for a lucky bettor who staked $3,005.84 and walked away with a whopping $78,151.85!

The biggest win of the week, however, came from a lucky player who hit a 10,000x multiplier on the “Le Bandit” slot. With a bet of $101.12, this lucky individual walked away with a life-altering sum of $1,011,199.99!

It wasn’t just sports fans celebrating this week. A slot player hit a jackpot on the “Wanted Dead or Wild” game, turning a $5 bet into a staggering $52,500 payout! This incredible win showcases the potential for massive payouts on’s casino games.

Another impressive win came from a parlay bettor. With a stake of just $77.92 and odds of 170.89, they managed to hit a home run and turn their small bet into a life-changing sum of $13,315.16!

The week wasn’t all about underdogs, though. A bettor who correctly predicted the winner of the Gakhov vs. van de Zandschulp match (despite Gakhov losing 1-2) saw a healthy return on their investment. With odds of 24.47 and a stake of $1,926.45, they cashed out a cool $47,143.66!

March Wins Included a $10 Million Payout saw a surge in activity during March, with over 1 billion bets placed on casino games and 5 million on sports bets. The casino platform saw some truly life-changing wins. One lucky player hit a massive $10 million jackpot on the Pompeii Megareels Megaways slot game. High rollers weren’t left out either, with another gambler winning a cool $1 million during a private blackjack session.

The sportsbook also dished out some impressive payouts. Basketball, particularly March Madness, and soccer were popular choices amongst bettors. One bettor took home a staggering $1 million thanks to a winning multi-basketball wager. Formula 1 fans were treated to exciting races throughout the month, with Max Verstappen’s early victories setting the stage for a thrilling season.

Stake F1 Kick Sauber at the Shanghai Grand Prix: A Mixed Bag

While the team had shown promise to score points throughout the weekend at the Shanghai Grand Prix, starting with ninth and tenth place in the Sprint, Bottas’ race was hampered by engine issues that forced him to retire. This left the team empty-handed and still at the bottom of the constructors’ championship.

However, there were bright spots for the team. Zhou Guanyu, racing in front of his home crowd for the first time, impressed with a season-best performance. He finished a strong ninth in the Sprint and achieved a career-high 14th-place finish in the Grand Prix.