Tisdale woman wins $1.5 million casino jackpot
Doreen Reid lucks out at North Battleford casino
It was a big day for Doreen Reid.
On Sunday, Reid won $1.5 million after visiting the Gold Eagle Casino in North Battleford.
"On behalf of the Board and employees of SIGA and the Gold Eagle Casino, we would like to formally congratulate Doreen Reid and welcome her to SIGA's Millionaires' Club," said Zane Hansen, president and CEO of the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Association (SIGA)."
The Tisdale, Sask.-based woman hit the jackpot on the Smoke Signals slot machine, which links 52 slot machines at six SIGA casinos across the province.
So far, Smoke Signals has paid out more than $8.5 million. After the win, the system resets to one million dollars, and can be won at any time.