Unibet Casino - The Last Bastion of Default RTP in the UK?

pinnit2014

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I've tried it on PC and mobile, still not working..they may as well remove it altogether.
Same, address bar thing-ee just spins with a black screen

Not that it was amazing anyhow, mind you - prefer those promos where it's based/tailored on your play etc so you know if you have a good night on the slots you'll get a decent reward, not Home Bargain 10p spins etc.
 
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steveyboy

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went to unibet for the better rtps now noticed that they have lowered break the bank again to 94.01 played it without checking (my bad) the only way they cut rtp is by removing a scatter, as after playing it at 90p and in 256 spins never seen 3 scatters together.looks like i will be moving on, they are quick payers though. even immortal romance down to 94.01.
 

danofthewibble

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Can you please provide more info on this? I cannot find it on the ‘sidebar’ but might be looking in the wrong place.
On the mobile site, once logged in, click Casino, then the hamburger menu in the top right. Giftwheel is highlighted about halfway down.

As I say though, it’s broken right now so isn’t loading.

@Novibet Rep - know when the gift wheel will be fixed?
 

Full tilt

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Book of Dead and Reactoonz are now at 94% on Unibet; Thunderstruck is now at 93.8%
I only realised TS had been doctored as I always play at 36p yet when I loaded it up earlier today the bet was set at 90p.
 

brianmon

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Maybe if it wasn't for threads like this, the casinos wouldn't be so aware of what the other casinos were doing.

I can't see the manager of Unibet having accounts at all the other casinos, logging in, noticing the RTP had dropped and then changing the RTP at his casino.

But I could see him looking at the CM forum, every so often. Since you don't need to be a member to read it.
Plus, there'll be the reps who are on here, reporting back to the management - "it seems like we're one of the few casinos who haven't lowered RTP yet"

RTP isn't understood by enough players for it to make a difference.
 

souldragon

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It is strange the way these things are happening at Unibet.For example,they have reduced all Play N Go and Red Tiger slots to 94% or less,yet whole categories like Netent and Yggdrasil all still at max.Maybe they are just going through each provider in turn and reducing the rtp accordingly.
 

danofthewibble

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Maybe if it wasn't for threads like this, the casinos wouldn't be so aware of what the other casinos were doing.

I can't see the manager of Unibet having accounts at all the other casinos, logging in, noticing the RTP had dropped and then changing the RTP at his casino.

But I could see him looking at the CM forum, every so often. Since you don't need to be a member to read it.
Plus, there'll be the reps who are on here, reporting back to the management - "it seems like we're one of the few casinos who haven't lowered RTP yet"

RTP isn't understood by enough players for it to make a difference.
Rival companies in the same industry do talk to each other - informally, off the record, or at industry events. And they will have noticed that their rivals have had little ill-effect
 

justdoit

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Rival companies in the same industry do talk to each other - informally, off the record, or at industry events. And they will have noticed that their rivals have had little ill-effect
you right they was talking since May 2021

Malta Gaming Authority to lower minimum RTP threshold to 85%​

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Kroffe

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I like this one at VS. Turn on "boost" mode and have reduced RTP, what an amazing deal!
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I saw the same thing on Buffalo king megaways from pragmatic, but the difference in rtp is really small compared to the slot you posted (see pic)
'Pay more to get less' is a pretty dumb concept and it really shouldnt exist on any slot, not matter how big or small the difference is.

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danofthewibble

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I saw the same thing on Buffalo king megaways from pragmatic, but the difference in rtp is really small compared to the slot you posted (see pic)
'Pay more to get less' is a pretty dumb concept and it really shouldnt exist on any slot, not matter how big or small the difference is.

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Aye. Strictly, the RTP isn't lower as such, it's more that you're increasing the chance of hitting a bonus with Pragmatic's boost mode, but not increasing the value of your stake in the game itself - so you lose more on an individual spin (e.g. 20p vs 25p) but only because that extra 20% goes toward the chance of getting the bonus.

It's more a quirk of reporting RTP. The same as if you look at the costs of an overdraft when expressed as APR, they're often in the thousands, when the actual cost can be pennies.

Numbers is shit, man.
 

Kroffe

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Aye. Strictly, the RTP isn't lower as such, it's more that you're increasing the chance of hitting a bonus with Pragmatic's boost mode, but not increasing the value of your stake in the game itself - so you lose more on an individual spin (e.g. 20p vs 25p) but only because that extra 20% goes toward the chance of getting the bonus.

It's more a quirk of reporting RTP. The same as if you look at the costs of an overdraft when expressed as APR, they're often in the thousands, when the actual cost can be pennies.

Numbers is shit, man.
My bad.
I thought it was lower because its lower.
Its possible i have misunderstood and 96.49% return is not lower than 96.52% return.
 

CasinoNinja

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Aye. Strictly, the RTP isn't lower as such, it's more that you're increasing the chance of hitting a bonus with Pragmatic's boost mode, but not increasing the value of your stake in the game itself - so you lose more on an individual spin (e.g. 20p vs 25p) but only because that extra 20% goes toward the chance of getting the bonus.

It's more a quirk of reporting RTP. The same as if you look at the costs of an overdraft when expressed as APR, they're often in the thousands, when the actual cost can be pennies.

Numbers is shit, man.

But increased chance of hitting the bonus = more money from bonus modes. Lately Pragmatic has pretty much had the same rtp on or off on this mode, which should be correct. You will get less base game wins, but more scatters so you have choice, overall it should be the same.

Double the house edge by paying more is not clever
 

mack341

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Poor little mites, casino owners definitely would have been heading to lidl or farmfoods for their Christmas food shopping, were it not for these rtp cuts:


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09237653

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Gonna be playing fixed RTP games only soon at this rate, if pokerstars drop png to 94% I will no longer be able to play my favorite provider anywhere.
 
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