Tucson man wins $1.1 million on progressive slot machine - Tucson News Now

Tucson man wins $1.1 million on progressive slot machine

(Source: Desert Diamond Casino) (Source: Desert Diamond Casino)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A slot machine player won a $1 million-plus jackpot Friday at Desert Diamond Casino, the casino said Saturday.

The player, identified as Mohan N. of Tucson by the casino, collected $1,135,557.38 on the Wheel of Fortune progressive slots. He said in a news release from the casino he intends to keep his job in the health-care industry.

"We could not be happier for our lucky guest, and we're looking forward to the many more jackpot winners that are sure to come," said Treena Parvello, director of public relations and communications for the Tohono O'odham Gaming Enterprise.

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