Dr Bet joins the paRTy(P)

danofthewibble

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Jan 2, 2018
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UK
Announcement on login that they’re “resetting” the RTP of certain games. Play & Go, it seems.

I wonder why P&G always seems to get lowered? Many other providers offer variable RTPs, but not all casinos reduce them. Just P&G.
 

goatwack

We call him....Humperdoo
CAG
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Aug 29, 2012
Location
Londonia
Probably because they can, and there's no one to rein in companies' practices, and likely due to their winning blueprint of confusing the crap out of your average slotter. They realized a while back that players aren't terribly versed in RTP nuance, nor are they going to scour Help files to see if they're getting bang for their buck, whether it's 93.01% or 92.27%. Nor will they particularly care....

I'd also hazard that they're the 'least' profitable of the more well-know providers, and their games usually frequented by lowrollers, and so margins are tight, and cost-cutting afoot.

Failing that, they're just greedy c****s
 

slot_zombie

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 25, 2014
Location
UK
Not only Play & Go. They've nerfed the NetEnts as well!

No loss at all. The oddest casino site ever, frozen in time with hardly any new titles added for months. Now they threw away the one factor that made me "occasionally" drop in a few quid. Just off to close my account.
 

satchnz

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Joined
Apr 26, 2021
Location
Essex, UK
Resetting should mean returning to default i.e. back to max RTP. Have them up for misleading advertising 😉
 

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