is RTP local or wide?

Lorm

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Hello guys i searched the awnser to this question on the forums but i could not find it.

Example: i play dead or alive on a casino site that has like 10 players on them do i have the same chance of winning big money then when i play it on a big and busy casino site? Are all casino games connected to the provider or just to that site? Its been a question in my head for a few months and i hope someone can give me the awsner.

edit: bonus question, someone won the jackpot on hall of gods on casumo. is casumo who pays the price or netent?

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The TRTP is determined by the maths of the game, nothing to do with how many players, how much money taken in, etc...
i.e. the TRTP of a slot like DOA is exactly the same if only 1 person is playing, or 1,000,000.

Network Progressive Jackpots like HoG are paid by the software provider. i.e. NetEnt in this case.

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The game server has a pool of RNG outcomes, which are fixed regardless of whether one player or 1000 are playing, and the locations of the players, or casino they are playing from. So the RTP is the same. Temporary RTP is a different matter, i.e. the figure you sometime see casinos post for the current RTP of a rolling 100,000 spins for example. This is how they state slots are 'hot' or 'cold'. :thumbsup:
 
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