Tips UKGC says slots revenue in March hit new record!

Jono777

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its this sort of reporting which almost confirms all the rigged threads, nowt to do with (partial) lockdown etc..... :p

Hope they enjoy it whilst they can, if players who say they're quitting (and actually do) continue at this rate then its all down hill for slots from now on and rightly so, greed and OTT regulations totally ruined a once enjoyable past time :(
 

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More chance of me having 730 super babes fall in love with me simultaneously, nice threesome daily for a whole year with plenty of variety :oops:
What, you've never had that before?
 

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Be interesting seeing what happens when most covid restrictions are lifted and players can re join the real world.
With the demise of auto play on the cards very soon,cant see online gambling having much of a future in the UK.
 

PMKFRUITPRO

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So the most was taken but the actual sessions were shorter on average?

Is that a reflection of more recent game design? Or just more people having a quick all or nothing spin?
 

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So the most was taken but the actual sessions were shorter on average?

Is that a reflection of more recent game design? Or just more people having a quick all or nothing spin?
That's what I thought - lower deposits or higher average stake, or is reduced RTP's having an effect?
 

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The screw being turned, I have noticed it. Deposits disappearing without trace in record time. HV games yet another genius idea, (probably from the same source who came up with random), to enable slots to rip your arms off and then have a so called, valid excuse as to why.
 

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So in summary, we are making more money because we are screwing everyone with lower RTP and, lottery hit like slots so the average time players can afford to play is dropping. Players may cotton on eventually but not before we’ve bled many of them dry in record time.

All’s fair then.
 

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I'd say lower Deposits coupled with reduced RTP's.

More casino revenue means more revenue for the UKGC. I wonder how much of that revenue equates to lost Withdrawals due to the SOW scam the UKGC allows to continue.

Deposit all you like, but when you withdraw, we need your Grand Mother's Will, Pay Slip from 1933 and a bank statement from 1940.

Makes one wonder what their actual intentions are. Their plan seems to be working.

Nate
 

snorky510238

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It’s time as players that we should have rights under the Consumers Act. The Consumer has the right to information so if I am using the goods, then the provider should have to provide it.

Slots should come with a bona fide cert stating how many times the max win occurred during the alleged billions of testing spins. What the average amount of spins was to trigger the bonus and what the average paid amount was. How many times x5000 was hit, x1,000 was hit, etc.

It’s all very well churning out hundreds of games a month and expecting us to play them in blind faith. How many of these games actually produce wins they state they are capable of? My guess would be most of them never even pay close to the max win.
 

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It’s time as players that we should have rights under the Consumers Act. The Consumer has the right to information so if I am using the goods, then the provider should have to provide it.

Slots should come with a bona fide cert stating how many times the max win occurred during the alleged billions of testing spins. What the average amount of spins was to trigger the bonus and what the average paid amount was. How many times x5000 was hit, x1,000 was hit, etc.

It’s all very well churning out hundreds of games a month and expecting us to play them in blind faith. How many of these games actually produce wins they state they are capable of? My guess would be most of them never even pay close to the max win.
Agree - look at NLC and their '5 scatters are rare dude without the bonus buy' line. UK punter wise, there'll be some chumps thinking they can hit it w/o the BB when in fact, they can't. How's that fair?

I'd much rather see the 5000x table etc than some magical and mystical 96/94/92% figure as that would probably inform my play more.

Win Up to - *if you play all day, every day, until you die*

If we ran with the above and applied it to food etc you'd just see:

Sugar: a shitload

Horse meat: maybe a teeny tiny bit, who knows

Time to pop the hood of the games :p
 
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