Pragmatic lowered RTP at [email protected]

danofthewibble

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Down to the 94% range. They do have a pop up though, saying there’s been “a change to the technical properties” of those games. Which is sort of right, I suppose.

Ah well, had a good run at 96% on them.
 

playforcash

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I am pretty sure it is the casino that has chosen to change the RTP not pragmatic. I enjoy their games and personally try to avoid casinos where RTP is lowered to 94% or below (I know in some countries this is not possible because of their tax rules)
 

Mark_Lottomart

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I am pretty sure it is the casino that has chosen to change the RTP not pragmatic. I enjoy their games and personally try to avoid casinos where RTP is lowered to 94% or below (I know in some countries this is not possible because of their tax rules)
You’re right. I don’t think Dan expected the thread to be interpreted as the game provider has made the decision.

Tough audience but the costs associated with operating are getting higher!
 

danofthewibble

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Yeah sure but as a MGA customer i haven't heard that license fees have been increased in Malta. Or that taxes would have gone up.
But still they want to give me low RTP. Funny thing hahah

The MGA have said casinos can go lower, so they have.

Pragmatics on 94 don’t feel like they play massively differently; I’ll still be seeking out 96ers though. That’s sensible.
 

PMKFRUITPRO

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As long as people keep shovelling money into lowered RTP games, they'll get more of the same stunts being pulled.
On point.

Why people play at casinos with shitty RTP is beyond me.

I can understand the clueys not realising this but those who actually are aware of it and still get stuck in?????
 

Mr_Slot5

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I don't play anything online under 95% and simply won't ever.

If casinos can't make a decent profit with a 5% rake on turnover they should give up irrespective of their overheads.
Of course they’ll still make profit on the 5% but just having profit isn’t enough in this day and age for businesses (see the news). It’s a cash grab in every part of the economy.
 
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