I've been reading some threads lately regarding RTP in reference to Accredited Casinos, and other casinos as well.
I have formed the opinion that it would be reasonable for Bryan to require Accred Casinos to publish their game RTP's on a regular basis, and perhaps the theoretical RTP along with them. Of course, it is up to Bryan whether he wants to do this, but I thought it would be a useful exercise to find out what the membership feels about the importance of RTP settings and ongoing measurements of RTP over set periods.
I know that some casinos provide this on their website, and some casinos have told Bryan what their RTP settings are, but I feel it would be a very helpful tool for players, and a great display of integrity and transparency to inspire even more confidence in choosing Accredited Casinos over other operators.
Personally, I think if Accred Casino A has an RTP setting of 91%, and the Accred Casino B has 95%, then players should know about it....and those casinos with higher RTPs would then reap the rewards of having better payouts in comparison to others. In fact, some kind of RTP category could be created where higher settings are recognized with a different "class" or sub-category, similar to the one I suggested for payout speeds. Each Accred Casino could have a Gold, Silver, or Bronze star next to their listing under two new columns of "Payout Speed" and "RTP" to allow potential players to make informed choices. E.G. Gold could be RTP 96+, Silver 93-95 and Bronze <92 or something similar. It might also create a more competitive atmosphere i,e, lower RTP operators could increase their settings to gain a higher rating etc, which is win-win - more players means more profits, and the increase in RTP would more be more than covered by the increase in turnover (assuming their marketing of such is sound)
Anyway, submit your vote and let's see what pans out.