12 Apr Smoke Signals jackpot was won for more than $1.4 million
One lucky guest at Living Sky Casino is going home a millionaire today as SIGA announces that the Smoke Signals jackpot was won for more than $1.4 million.
April 12, 2023 – Swift Current, SK – Saskatchewan’s newest millionaire, J.G. Lundy, from Medicine Hat, Alberta, hit big on the Smoke Signals jackpot Thursday evening, winning a total of $1,446,001.42.
Lundy, won the Smoke Signals top tier progressive jackpot at SIGAs Living Sky Casino, located in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Lundy was awarded his winnings at Living Sky Casino on Wednesday afternoon.
“We are excited for our newest SIGA Casinos Smoke Signals winner,” said SIGA President and CEO Zane Hansen. “Congratulation on all your winnings!”
“It is always great to see a Smoke Signals win in southern Saskatchewan,” said SIGA Regional General Manager Trevor Marion. “We are excited for J.G. Lundy to be taking home his cheque today of over $1.4 million!”
To date, SIGA’s Smoke Signals progressive has paid out $58,421,776.28 in jackpot wins. Smoke Signals has been reset to one million dollars and can be won at any time.
Smoke Signals is a SIGA-wide progressive jackpot that links 51 slot machines at all seven casinos. There are three mystery jackpot tiers that increase over time, with specific starting and ending prize values. The largest mystery jackpot has a minimum value of $1,000,000 and pays out before it hits $2,000,000. Each time a patron plays a Smoke Signals slot machine, any of the jackpots could be triggered.
The jackpot can be won at any of the SIGA casinos:
- Bear Claw Casino & Hotel (White Bear First Nation) near Carlyle
- Dakota Dunes Casino (Whitecap Dakota First Nation) near Saskatoon
- Gold Eagle Casino (Mosquito First Nation) in North Battleford
- Gold Horse Casino (Little Pine First Nation) in Lloydminster
- Living Sky Casino (Nekaneet First Nation) in Swift Current
- Northern Lights Casino (Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation) in Prince Albert
- Painted Hand Casino (Kahkewistahaw First Nation) in Yorkton
For more information, please contact:
Director of Communications & Media Relations
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
|Progressive||Number of Hits||Amount||Tier Value|
|Smoke Signals||18||$26,487,752.32||$1,000,000 - $2,000,000|
|Dreamer||256||$12,741,630.41||$25,0000 - $75,000|
|Player||9642||$19,192,393.55||$1,000 - $3,000|
SIGA’s mission is to strengthen the lives of First Nation people through employment, economic growth, positive community relations and achieving financial self-reliance. A non-profit organization, all net profits from SIGA’s casino operations go to local First Nation communities, community development corporations and the province’s general revenue fund. Sharing Success with Saskatchewan communities. SIGA.ca
About Living Sky Casino
The Living Sky Casino is southwest Saskatchewan’s top entertainment destination. Located on the Trans-Canada highway, the casino offers excellent accessibility to the million plus vehicles which pass through the area each year.
The $35M casino is a joint First Nations economic development with File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council, Nekaneet First Nation and the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.
The File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council is the development partner for Living Sky Casino, which is made up of 11 Member Nations. The Members are Nekaneet First Nation, Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation, Piapot First Nation, Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, Pasqua First Nation, Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation, Little Black Bear’s Band of Cree & Assiniboine Nations, Okanese First Nation, Star Blanket Cree Nation, Peepeekisis Cree Nation and Carry-The-Kettle Nakoda Nation.