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Dec 06, 2021

$1,071,735.47 VLT jackpot awarded in Swift Current! 

Saskatoon, SK – Western Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC) is pleased to announce a Vault Breaker jackpot prize awarded by the Saskatchewan VLT program. Rebecca Tyberg of Success was awarded $1,071,735.47 after winning the grand jackpot on Vault Breaker at Springs Garden Restaurant and Lounge in Swift Current, Saskatchewan on November 27.  

Tyberg was shocked when all five Vault Breaker icons fell in place on her screen.  

Honestly, I didn’t know what was going on at first,” she said while claiming her prize. “Then someone told me I was a millionaire; I couldn’t believe it!”  

The winner said at this point her plans for her windfall mirror the popular 1992 song ‘If I Had $1000000’ by the Barenaked Ladies.  

I would like to get a fur coat, but not real fur coat – that’s cruel,” she laughed “And a nice, reliant automobile!” 

Vault Breaker is a wide-area progressive that links 4,200 VLTs located in approximately 570 sites in 270 communities across the province. There are three mystery jackpot tiers: the province-wide grand jackpot has a minimum value of $500,000 and pays out before it hits $1.5 million, the regional major jackpot has a minimum value of $5,000 and pays out before it hits $25,000, and the local site jackpot minimum is $100 and pays out before hitting $500. Any of the three jackpot tiers can be awarded when a patron plays Vault Breaker. 

The province-wide jackpot has awarded $17,703,600.03?to 18 winners since June 2017. Vault Breaker’s province-wide grand jackpot has now been reset to $500,000. 

About WCLC: Western Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC) manages, conducts and operates video lottery related activities as agent for the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA). 

About SLGA: The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) is responsible for the distribution, control and regulation of liquor and most gaming across the province and also regulates the sales and distribution of cannabis in Saskatchewan. SLGA owns the network of 4,200 VLTs located in more than 570 sites in 270 communities across the province.