Microgaming Releases Slot RTP

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I just heard that Microgaming have released the RTP for it's slots but only to people in the UK.
I done a search of the forum but only found old information from 2012 relating to Microgaming's slots RTP.

I had a quick look at some of the help files for the slots and found this:
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I'm guessing that's what it looks like for players in the UK?

I would consider it a personal favour if someone could post the complete list of Microgaming's slots RTP on the forum.
OR, if someone could direct me to a webpage with information I seek.

EDIT: Nevermind, I found this:
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I had a quick look and made some notes.

Agent Jane Blonde 96.10%
Video Slots list this game as 97%
I have known for a long time that the information Video Slots release is inaccurate.

Hot Ink & Retro Reels: Extreme Heat 97.50%
This RTP is only achievable when using the re-spin feature.

Dragon Dance 98.00%
I would assume being a re-spin game that the 98% RTP is only possible using the re-spin feature.

The 99.91% RTP for Classic Blackjack is only obtainable using a composition dependent
strategy.

Regular slots with the highest return:
Frozen Diamonds 97.00%
Pretty Kitty 97%

Game of Thrones - 15 Lines 96.37%
Game of Thrones - 243 Ways 94.86%
(Time to switch to the 15 line version!)

I notice that the RTP for multiplayer games such as; Isis, Avalon, and Playboy are missing. Which means it's not a complete list.
 

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I had a quick look and made some notes.

Agent Jane Blonde 96.10%
Video Slots list this game as 97%
I have known for a long time that the information Video Slots release is inaccurate.

Hot Ink & Retro Reels: Extreme Heat 97.50%
This RTP is only achievable when using the re-spin feature.

Dragon Dance 98.00%
I would assume being a re-spin game that the 98% RTP is only possible using the re-spin feature.

The 99.91% RTP for Classic Blackjack is only obtainable using a composition dependent
strategy.

Regular slots with the highest return:
Frozen Diamonds 97.00%
Pretty Kitty 97%

Game of Thrones - 15 Lines 96.37%
Game of Thrones - 243 Ways 94.86%
(Time to switch to the 15 line version!)


I notice that the RTP for multiplayer games such as; Isis, Avalon, and Playboy are missing. Which means it's not a complete list.

Interesting stuff, the RTP of the GOT 243 way version is shockingly bad if the 32Red info is correct. Also what is the point of Videoslots RTP page if it's not accurate?

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Do MG offer different RTP settings? could this be why MG haven't had the RTP info easily available like NetEnt and others have?
It would be interesting to see the 32Red list compared with other casinos.
 

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uhhh could be wrong but the videoslots.com page is what that slot paid on videoslots.com over a period of time, Not what the RTP is set at by the provider.
 

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Do MG offer different RTP settings?
I'm certain that it's just because Video Slots are wrong. That list they made was inaccurate from day 1.
I seem to recall seeing multiple table games that were listed incorrectly/inaccurately.
Also, there were a lot of discrepancies between Video Slot's information and the other information out there.


uhhh could be wrong but the videoslots.com page is what that slot paid on videoslots.com over a period of time, Not what the RTP is set at by the provider.

On Video Slots:
You can view the Theoretical RTP (What the RTP is set at by the provider) But, it's inaccurate.
And you can view what Video Slots call "actual" (What that slot paid on videoslots.com over a period of time.)
 

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Game of Thrones - 15 Lines 96.37%
Game of Thrones - 243 Ways 94.86%
(Time to switch to the 15 line version!

Just as a side-note, it is quite common for games with a higher volatility/variance to have a higher RTP too. I see it as a trade-off, so if it was a game I played a lot, I'd probably go for the 15 line version but otherwise the 243-way version may prove to be a more profitable solution in the short term. To be fair, its all pretty negligible at these RTPs anyway but worth pointing out IMO.
 

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I'm certain that it's just because Video Slots are wrong. That list they made was inaccurate from day 1.
I seem to recall seeing multiple table games that were listed incorrectly/inaccurately.
Also, there were a lot of discrepancies between Video Slot's information and the other information out there.




On Video Slots:
You can view the Theoretical RTP (What the RTP is set at by the provider) But, it's inaccurate.
And you can view what Video Slots call "actual" (What that slot paid on videoslots.com over a period of time.)

My bad i selected the wrong one :oops:, but still don't see the point of Videoslots list if it can't be trusted. Anyway it's good that MG is finally releasing RTP info.

Game of Thrones - 243 Ways 94.86%
Game of Thrones - 15 Lines 96.37%

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Just as a side-note, it is quite common for games with a higher volatility/variance to have a higher RTP too. I see it as a trade-off, so if it was a game I played a lot, I'd probably go for the 15 line version but otherwise the 243-way version may prove to be a more profitable solution in the short term. To be fair, its all pretty negligible at these RTPs anyway but worth pointing out IMO.

Agreed, but you see that's the weird thing here. The 15 line version have a base game max win of 1000x and 5000x in the 5xMultiplier feature, whereas the 243 way slot have a base game max win of 4050x and 20250x in the 5xMultiplier feature. So the 243 way is the game with the highest variance and max win, so it's disappointing to see it with a TRTP of 94.86%. Pure greed on MG's part then i guess...
 

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Just as a side-note, it is quite common for games with a higher volatility/variance to have a higher RTP too. I see it as a trade-off, so if it was a game I played a lot, I'd probably go for the 15 line version but otherwise the 243-way version may prove to be a more profitable solution in the short term. To be fair, its all pretty negligible at these RTPs anyway but worth pointing out IMO.

I was going to make those two points myself; higher volatility = casino can afford to give higher RTP as the player will make more spins to see the expected RTP.
And we we are really only talking about a percentage point or two. No point in hair-pulling.

But, I didn't think it was worth bringing up. :D


Agreed, but you see that's the weird thing here. The 15 line version have a base game max win of 1000x and 5000x in the 5xMultiplier feature, whereas the 243 way slot have a base game max win of 4050x and 20250x in the 5xMultiplier feature. So the 243 way is the game with the highest variance and max win, so it's disappointing to see it with a TRTP of 94.86%. Pure greed on MG's part then i guess...
Hmmm, I'm not too sure if you can know a game's volatility/variance from that information.
 

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There's a fair few missing, Battlestar Galactica, Mega Moolah Summertime and Mega Moolah 5 Reel Drive were a few I noticed.

Also how can Happy holidays (96.50%) and Terminator 2 ( 96.62%) be different when they're clones?
 

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There's a fair few missing, Battlestar Galactica, Mega Moolah Summertime and Mega Moolah 5 Reel Drive were a few I noticed.

Also how can Happy holidays (96.50%) and Terminator 2 ( 96.62%) be different when they're clones?

Dark Knight was c. 88% RTP IIRC, so I would imagine that the Mega Moolah games are around that number too.

PS Just clicked on the link that the OP provided.

Battlestar Galactica 96.60%
Mega Moolah 88.12&
MM Isis 88.00%

So MM Summertime and MM 5RD probably are close to 88%
 

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Agreed, but you see that's the weird thing here. The 15 line version have a base game max win of 1000x and 5000x in the 5xMultiplier feature, whereas the 243 way slot have a base game max win of 4050x and 20250x in the 5xMultiplier feature. So the 243 way is the game with the highest variance and max win, so it's disappointing to see it with a TRTP of 94.86%. Pure greed on MG's part then i guess...

Exactly why MG were so slow in releasing this information - and only for UK players! I only play a very limited number of MG slots these days and rare if ever bother with any new releases as most are garbage anyway.
MG has become one of the worst provider of games going from the best.
 

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Exactly why MG were so slow in releasing this information - and only for UK players! I only play a very limited number of MG slots these days and rare if ever bother with any new releases as most are garbage anyway.
MG has become one of the worst provider of games going from the best.


Not for long though;)

The internet will ensure others get to find the information over time:)
 

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Videoslots publish the RTP the game has on their system at that point, not the TRTP from the manufacture. They do say that, calling it 'payout' not RTP. You can tell this when they get a new game which hasn't had enough turnover to 'settle' and you'll see figures like 43% or 156% if it hasn't paid big at that point, or has paid big to skew the figure over a small amount of play.

The big clue people are the red and green arrows........it cannot go up and down if it's the developer RTP can it???
 

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Videoslots publish the RTP the game has on their system at that point, not the TRTP from the manufacture. They do say that, calling it 'payout' not RTP. You can tell this when they get a new game which hasn't had enough turnover to 'settle' and you'll see figures like 43% or 156% if it hasn't paid big at that point, or has paid big to skew the figure over a small amount of play.

The big clue people are the red and green arrows........it cannot go up and down if it's the developer RTP can it???

Videoslots publish the Actual (the rtp for their casino) AND the Theoretical (manufactures TRTP). the arrows just indicate how the game has been performing since the time listed underneath the arrow. The theoretical figure never changes (as you would expect).

Although I seem to remember someone from Videoslots saying a while ago, that MGS wouldn't give them exact figures at the time, and they could only publish what they were given

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