Online slot payout %'s

tristan727

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Wagerworks display their slot payback info...presumably learnt from hours of testing. I can't think of any other casino format which does the same. So say someone like Cryptologic - does anyone have their payout%'s, or do they publish them somewhere, or why not? I'd love to know which games are duff, and which are decent.
 

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When you are 'inside' a slot on Rival software, click the 'help' tab near your balance and it shows the %

I don't recall MG slots that itemize per slot, just overall slots,,, but could be mistaken.
 

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Wagerworks display their slot payback info...presumably learnt from hours of testing.

No, it is much more simple. You just iterate over all combinations to get the 'base-payout'. Then apply a math function to take the freespins into account. It is 100% accurate. This works for all for standard free-spins slot with multipliers.
 

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Wagerworks display their slot payback info...presumably learnt from hours of testing. I can't think of any other casino format which does the same. So say someone like Cryptologic - does anyone have their payout%'s, or do they publish them somewhere, or why not? I'd love to know which games are duff, and which are decent.
As per the other posts, Wagerworks & Rival are the only ones I know of who publish their returns, but I was able to also publish some MG ones on my slots site thanks to calculations posted here by zoozie.

Crypto do not publish their figures to my knowledge, but I have learnt from 100's of hours of testing (i.e. playing ;)) that their returns are comparable with the other main softwares.
However, the % return of a slot does not make it good or bad; the variance plays a much bigger part in my opinion.
e.g. Most (if not all) MG slots return 94% to 96% and yet some are great, some crap, some exciting and some dull as ditch-water.

My personal favourite Crypto's are the old ones Hampsteads & Love Bugs. I also like Blade & The Hulk but some of the new ones have too many win-lines for my liking. It's all down to personal preference, so the best thing to do is spin away at as many as possible in fun mode & see which ones you like the best.

Happy spinning! :thumbsup:
 

tristan727

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Yeah, variance does play a big part - but there's no such thing as good or bad variance...it all just depends on what mood you're in risk or buzz-wise.

Oh well, least I know now - that there's no such thing as a payout% for slots at Crypto or many others....I'm sure it's a regulatory requirement here in the UK...least for the pub machines...maybe I should dig further into our laws - I like to stir things up!
 

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