Highlighting RTP at casinos

bamberfishcake

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If community members want to report back in a particular thread I will be more than happy to provide a monthly update, if allowed. This would show the highest RTP's for particular markets.

Im thinking country, casino, game, rtp. Its a simple as that.

Unless anybody knows a readily available source.
 

geordiecolin

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If community members want to report back in a particular thread I will be more than happy to provide a monthly update, if allowed. This would show the highest RTP's for particular markets.

Im thinking country, casino, game, rtp. Its a simple as that.

Unless anybody knows a readily available source.
That sounds like a great plan :thumbsup:
 

goatwack

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I've always liked Sky Vegas, one of my favourite joints. Complete no-nonsense and intuitive site, with the 'right' assortment' of games.

They also have *shameless plug incoming* hands-down the best-running version of Bonanza I've seen, you know, one that doesn't telegraph wins/losses with staccato spins (like everywhere else)
 

geordiecolin

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I've always liked Sky Vegas, one of my favourite joints. Complete no-nonsense and intuitive site, with the 'right' assortment' of games.

They also have *shameless plug incoming* hands-down the best-running version of Bonanza I've seen, you know, one that doesn't telegraph wins/losses with staccato spins (like everywhere else)
I cant recall why they are not an accredited casino?
 

dionysus

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Bloody hell but that was years ago.

Do very good casinos never get revisited as possible for inclusion just because of a lack of financial gain in this site?
I believe the logic is - and probably very sound logic - is, if they're willing to screw over their partners, why shoud players trust they wouldn't do the same to them.

But here's what the big guy had to say -
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Whether anything has changed since 2018, you'd have to ask @Casinomeister
 

bamberfishcake

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Am i right in thinking some providers like Netent and Thunderkick only offer one RTP version of their games?

So which ones are the ones that need checking?
 

Nate

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Am i right in thinking some providers like Netent and Thunderkick only offer one RTP version of their games?

So which ones are the ones that need checking?

That may change soon.

From the whispers I am hearing, Some operators / Casino Groups are putting pressure on NetEnt to allow lower RTP versions of their slots.

Wonder who?

Nate
 

bamberfishcake

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Im starting by not playing PlaynGo or Red Tiger unless their optimum RTP.

Hopefully others will do the same.

I feel like its a bit of a lost cause. They are advertising and pushing these games and it would take a lot of people to make an impact but hey, gotta try.

Hopefully the higher RTP versions will show up the stats of the lower.

Disclaimer: I will of course be happy to test out free spins of the lower versions for comparison.
 
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