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SORRY I POSTED THIS IN THE ONLINE CASINO THREAD BUT REALIZED IT WAS BETTER ON HERE:

I am a regular slots player at Ignition Casino, and since 2018 started the slots have been noticeably tighter as I have lost over 70% of my deposited money.

So, I inquired in chat about why the slot games RTP are not listed, and was told that Ignition slot games all have the same RTP of 97%.

I asked is that number the average of all slots RTP, or does each game have the same 97% RTP?
The rep said each slot game has the same 97% RTP.

Nothing is listed on Ignition Casino regarding RTP at all, and they feature multiple solts from different software.

Is this odd??
 

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Is this odd??
Yes it's odd - because that is not true.

Most RTG and Rival slots have RTPs of 94%-95% and they are definitely NOT all the same - so I think they are telling you the AVERAGE over all games, including Table Games which have much higher RTP than slots.

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Yes it's odd - because that is not true.

Most RTG and Rival slots have RTPs of 94%-95% and they are definitely NOT all the same - so I think they are telling you the AVERAGE over all games, including Table Games which have much higher RTP than slots.

KK

Thank you for responding but Ignition Casino confirmed that it is not an average...97% is set for each individual slot game.
 

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Please look at the attached screenshots from my live chat tonight with Ignition Casino regarding who licenses/regulates them. (see image 1)

And also, I inquired why Ignition's RTP for slot games are not listed, and if they are regulated or certified by third party. (see image 2)

Is this something to be concerned over, or not??

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Image #2:
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luck17

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Yes it's odd - because that is not true.

Most RTG and Rival slots have RTPs of 94%-95% and they are definitely NOT all the same - so I think they are telling you the AVERAGE over all games, including Table Games which have much higher RTP than slots.

KK
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luck17

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And why make a new thread. You already have a thread you created. There is no need to post a new thread!

Sorry, I did not know where to post this...but I only uploaded the image on another thread as a response to q general question about casinos not showing RTP.
 

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Please look at the attached screenshots from my live chat tonight with Ignition Casino regarding who licenses/regulates them. (see image 1)

And also, I inquired why Ignition's RTP for slot games are not listed, and if they are regulated or certified by third party. (see image 2)

Is this something to be concerned over, or not??

Image #1:
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Image #2:
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Everything they've said in image 2 is a lie - i would never play at that casino again if i were you...
 

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Everything they've said in image 2 is a lie - i would never play at that casino again if i were you...

What do you mean a lie?

That Ignition does not need to be certified?? Or just the whole response the Ignition rep gave me?
 

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What do you mean a lie?

That Ignition does not need to be certified?? Or just the whole response the Ignition rep gave me?

If the RNG is not certified, and the game is not certified, than how can anyone be sure it's fair?
Games have to go through very rigorous testing processes to be put in to any reasonable jurisdiction... so this is borderline fraudulent, and dodgy as hell regardless
 
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If the RNG is not certified, and the game is not certified, than how can anyone be sure it's fair?
Games have to go through very rigorous testing processes to be put in to any reasonable jurisdiction... so this is borderline fraudulent, and dodgy as hell regardless
I was very sceptical of this Casino to begin with when @luck17 first asked about them, the fact that they do not even display where they are regulated on their website seemed really sketchy to me.
 

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I was very sceptical of this Casino to begin with when @luck17 first asked about them, the fact that they do not even display where they are regulated on their website seemed really sketchy to me.

Well it is odd to me about Ignition Casino is that they claim the RTP for the casino games are "being determined by out system and need not to be certified."

So why does Ignition Casino NOT publish the RTP for each individual slot game??

I play here regularly and the last 3-months something feels off about the slots. The RTP was DEFINITELY lowered, as I played form 4-months in 2017 (October - December) and since calendar turned to 2018, the slots wins are not as generous at all. I have played online slots for years, and this is very evident. The software providers can give a casino the RTP for a game if wanted.
 

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If the RNG is not certified, and the game is not certified, than how can anyone be sure it's fair?
Games have to go through very rigorous testing processes to be put in to any reasonable jurisdiction... so this is borderline fraudulent, and dodgy as hell regardless

There slots play so tight it certainly feels dodgy....
 

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This is a sister site on the Bodog Network. Ignition Casino was created when Bovada divested itself of its poker room. Ignition Casino was born and absorbed that poker room. Bovada later added it back, but I digress...

The point I am working towards is that Bovada and Bodog, prior to Ignition Casino's emergence, were licensed and regulated in Kahnawake. That regulator, Kahnawake, puts out yearly reports detailing complaints, how many were investigated, dismissed, settled, etc. I do not recall ever seeing bad things about any of the brands. Also under this umbrella are Slots.lv, Slots.com, Cafe Casino, BumBet, and a few more IIRC. I think they all have pretty good reputations, but I haven't dived too deeply on researching the pure casino brands.
 

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On chat, Ignition Casino told me on chat that they were licensed by Curarcao eGaming, but Ignition has have no logo or mention of Curarcao eGaming on their website. This is a requirement of Curarcao eGaming, please see what is written on their website below.

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For details about the license holder, click the Curacao eGaming icon. A separate window will open listing the online casino’s official business name, trading name, trading address, license number and the current status of its license (eg. valid, under review, etc). There is also a button here where you can lodge a complaint against the license holder directly through Gaming Curacao.
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Aside from the fact youve several threads regarding Ignition casino this could have been posted in, why do you continue to play here?
I understand as an American youve a limited selection, but it all rather seems more headache than is worth your time.

I keep playing here because all over the internet it gets rave reviews from players and casino reviewers.

I posted this thread because I did not realize that a casino is reqired to have a logo on their website from a regulator, like Curacao eGaming. Ignition keeps insisting that they are regulated by Curacao eGaming and that the logo not being on the site is an oversight.

Sorry for the postings, but I seem to be the only player frustrated as Ignition is barely mentioned on any casinomeister's forums compared to most. And isn't Ignition the most poplar site for USA players?
 

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Honestly, prior to your posts, I've never even heard of the casino.
Though no postings could mean 1 of 2 things.
Noone plays there lol - or theres no complaints.
I didnt notice, but are you posting in the US section to reach out to US players, as by and large most players wouldnt be playing there.
 
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