Red tiger gaming... what ?


Senior Member
I just came up new slot provider.. tried games with about 100 spins and didnt even win my own bet once ? what the fuck is going on


Unofficial T&C's Editor
Staff member
Yeah, I added a load of these to Slotscomparer, they are at Betsafe?

Anyway, tested a load in fun mode and they were quite good IMO.

The variance is far higher on some than others.


Senior Member
IMO this is whats wrong in gaming nowadays.. new providers popup all the time and games are fucking ridicilously high variance...

I quess its really the new norm for games..


Meister Minion
Played WinterWonders. Over 500 spins and no bonus round! The fairy just teases you half the time with her silly magic features . I was blown away at how bad it paid. Never touch this brand again:confused::eek:


Megaways Slots, as useless as salt in your coffee
CasinoEuro (BML Group) has a few of their slots also..
Tried them but not my cup of tea..
I am very reluctant these days to try any new slot providers anyway..


Because my pockets got brutally emptied by the last few "new" slots providers I tried.

Honorable mentions go to Big time Gaming & Wazdan!!!
On Wazdan I think I lost around 5k on Shark Captain divided over several sessions that is.
I learnt my lesson and took my losses on this pile of shit.
I actually requested an investigation as I truly believed this slot was faulty but hey of course I ran just fine, it was just me having bad luck on it.

Meh if I open a slot these days and it is not a slot from a provider I know I close it right away.

All these new brands try to get a quick piece of the pie..Not from me tho.


Experienced Member
In short - [Betfair Macau] offers 8 oriental-themed slots, all from a provider called TGP games. While one has a respectable return to player of 95.35%, the other seven could put jackpot slots to shame - from 91.82% down to an eye-watering 89.60% :eek:
I thought these games rang a bell... at the time they were branded TGP Games, now the same games are branded Red Tiger Gaming and offer a progressive feature - which suggests these games started with Betfair last December.

* Betsafe are offering the non-progressive version of Lucky Wizard, with a claimed 96.42% RTP
* Betfair offer the progressive version, with a claimed 96.37% RTP - if you recall the quoted thread above, an 89.60% RTP slot (Red Phoenix Rising) is now 96.15% RTP - a possible 6.55% jackpot contribution :eek:

I've tried them a bit (mostly on freeplay) and they can be bankroll destroyers - the 90-92% base RTP coupled with deceptively high volatility can really make them painful... but they are also capable of chucking out some monster hits (500x plus) in the bonus features.