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bamberfishcake

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Yes. All max as far as i know except PlaynGo on MID settings.

IGT you should check, i believe some are MID settings also, if you play those. IGT carry the help file in the game.

I have not checked Stakelogic and not even sure they have them. They seemed to go missing for a while from everywhere but have now popped back up.

Edit: I never checked the Novomatics and not played them for a while. I did not realise they had different RTP's until recently.
 

nikantw

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hi can anyone tell me rtp at all british casino,been on chat and was told all slots have different rtp and you can find it on game.well looked at avalon and some others but no joy there.

It is usually on the help file inside the game. On some providers, like MG, you get the help files by clicking on the question mark

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Kroffe

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They will soon... most game providers are moving to different RTPs. Example Germany is planning to tax 2% on wager. It’s then impossible to offer games at 96-98%.
Impossible or less profitable?

Alot of casinos seem to think its already "impossible" to run the highest rtp-versions.
And yet some sites offer only the highest, and some even run games at higher than normal rtp.
I guess they must be losing alot of money.

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nikantw

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Impossible or less profitable?

Alot of casinos seem to think its already "impossible" to run the highest rtp-versions.
And yet some sites offer only the highest, and some even run games at higher than normal rtp.
I guess they must be losing alot of money.

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In this particular German case (tax on every bet) the answer is definitely impossible for a casino to have games with RTP > 96%. Think about it, it is a bloody tax on every bloody bet!!
 

Kroffe

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In this particular German case (tax on every bet) the answer is definitely impossible for a casino to have games with RTP > 96%. Think about it, it is a bloody tax on every bloody bet!!
Guess we will see if sites will skip all providers not offering lower than 96% rtp.
 

Kroffe

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I hope we can make enough noise in here so that more and more people would notice.
I have an idea: We should follow all major streamers and constantly mention RTP on chat! ;)
Id rather play with 5% rtp.
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slot_zombie

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In this particular German case (tax on every bet) the answer is definitely impossible for a casino to have games with RTP > 96%. Think about it, it is a bloody tax on every bloody bet!!

The only way that tax could ever work is a short sharp trip to Bust Town for the player, and a dramatic drop in RTP. Taxing recycled bets is just not workable for slots. Fine for sports betting tho.

Imagine a session where a bankroll is kept alive over a full day or two of play - could end up with a scenario of the player eventually losing all their money, and the casino also making a bad loss due to tax!
 
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