I am curious in a trivia sort of way. I have thought about the difference in a RNG making a different calculation for every spin of every slot player compared to one string of calculations over 1,ooo,ooo slot players all at once and the difference does not seam to be significant in considering the final outcome or fairness. If a player has an emotional charge over the difference , then it matters in regards to popularity and promotions. But for me I see that the outcomes are just as "fair" and exciting as individual calculations.
We were debating a lottery-style system versus random slots.
Storing a string of random results is not a lottery-system.
If an RNG is independently deriving results as in a random slot system, with no correlation between spins, then simply storing results should have little impact, but does bring in security issues.
The lottery system of slots does not function in this manner.