Agree with you. Lowering RTP is a short term fix.Excellent business strategy IMO
Although a case of playing the 'long game' I'm sure it will pay off with regards to retention and future sign up's with the gambling community getting more and more clued up as time goes on.
They'll eventually use this as a primary marketing tool once 99% of casinos have all 'tweaked' their RTPS
They're in a strong position to do this as they already have a huge existing player base, if indeed my line of thinking is correct, who knows next week they could jump on the 'fuck the players bandwagon'
Seem to recall them lowering.Has 32red got all default rtp settings?
I wonder how much revenue slot high rollers bring into an online casino vs the many small time gamblers who haven’t got a clue? I really have no idea myself.A high roller who brings in a good share of revenue will
I dont think everyone needs to become wise. Watch how they switch back when their favourite customers leave for better products.
Besides, gaps in markets always get filled somehow.
I wonder how much revenue slot high rollers bring into an online casino vs the many small time gamblers who haven’t got a clue? I really have no idea myself.
I must admit I have never seen the evidence but have been led to believe that for some, VIP's/High rollers are their bread and butter.
Takes a few low rollers hours to spend what a high roller can do in minutes.