Question Do RTP's for slot games get lower if you bet more per spin???

luck17

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PABnononaccred2
Do non-regulated online casinos lower RTP's for slot games the more you bet per spin???
 

Simmo!

Moderator
Staff member
More depends on the game. If the game is a legit game from a recognised developer, it will have a set RTP or RTP range that the casino is unlikely to be able to manipulate. Even if they did, it wouldn't be by bet size, it would be the same RTP for everyone.
 

luck17

Newbie member
PABnononaccred2
More depends on the game. If the game is a legit game from a recognised developer, it will have a set RTP or RTP range that the casino is unlikely to be able to manipulate. Even if they did, it wouldn't be by bet size, it would be the same RTP for everyone.
Thank you for explaining, I play the progressive slot game called Dragons at Ignition Casino, and it seems to do this but maybe it is just me. BUT.... every-time I have asked an Ignition customer rep for the developing company's name of the Dragon slot game, I am told that they cannot give out that information for security reasons. Kind-of-odd thing to hide, right??
 

Simmo!

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Staff member
Ah OK - you may be into the realms of self-developed there. Ignition is part of Bovada which is powered (or used to be) by Bodog. Although generally regarded as a reputable casino I think Bodog made their own variants of games so this *could* be one of them.
 

goatwack

Swingin' like Darryl Strawberry
CAG
They're just doing what regulated casinos have been doing for years :eek:
 

Lincolnuk

Senior Member
MM
Don't think many of us know what goes on behind the secret screen. We have to rely on trust and what we feel. Think most of us have noticed or felt things that we have thought seemed a little dodgy even with the big games...
 

trancemonkey

Meister Member
Don't think many of us know what goes on behind the secret screen. We have to rely on trust and what we feel. Think most of us have noticed or felt things that we have thought seemed a little dodgy even with the big games...
I think we've been over this in another thread ;)
 

Sonict

Senior Member
mm1
It isn't just that casino though. All casinos that use RTG software ( Real Time Gaming ) won't tell you in the rules what the RTP of them are at. All we know that they have a few levels that they can be set to like 97%, 95%, and 91% or something.
 

luck17

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PABnononaccred2
It isn't just that casino though. All casinos that use RTG software ( Real Time Gaming ) won't tell you in the rules what the RTP of them are at. All we know that they have a few levels that they can be set to like 97%, 95%, and 91% or something.
I have heard that but is that set for all slots or can be set on individual games?
 
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