What casinos have the best payouts UK?

bamberfishcake

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I keep a list of the RTP of the UK casinos that i play at and will be sharing this each month.

Remember, the lower the % the lower the game is fixed to give back or pay!

The stats are checked within a week of publishing and this is by no means a comprehensive list so it must be said -

'Check the RTP before playing, anywhere!'.

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The 3 on my list to watch if you wish to avoid the lower paying versions are Videoslots, Trada and Grosvenor. I hear Coral also have lower RTP on some providers.

This month has seen Cashmio and Dunder also lower RTP although I have found only one game on each site, amongst what i have checked.

I will put this in a friendlier format when i have a minute and invite you all to contribute as it will help us out.

Knowledge is power, know what your playing!
 

bamberfishcake

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Offt...5% in it for Mystery Reels MW?

Wonder how long the 98% will hold for :eek2:

Plus side - I'm sure the Trada accountants are looking forward to a prosperous 2020.
5% in it for Book Of Dead might excite the accounts team also. I wonder what that equates to in real money.
 

LV BET

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Hi @bamberfishcake, I can let you know the RTP of the games we do offer on our website (they're also listed in the information box on each of the games marked with the i on the bottom right when hovering over the slot).

For the games that we do offer -

Book of Dead - 96.21%
The Sword & The Grail - 96.53%
Rise Of Olympus - 96.50%
Gemix - 96.83%
Reactoonz - 96.51%
Wolf Gold - 96.20%
John Hunter & Scarab Queen - 96.5% (This one isn't visible in the information screen for some reason so I've asked our content team to update it + our casino team to confirm the RTP).
Vampires Vs Wolves - 96.20%
Madame Destiny - 96.20%
Dog House - 96.20%

Let me know if you need any more info and I can see what our Casino Team can provide!
 

L&L-Jan

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@L&L-Jan are you using lower RTP settings?
IGT offers and I always go for the middle, 92 - 94 or 96 - we do them on 94. Book of Ra classic is on 92.82 or something like that? That's it the rest is all providers standards.

I believe for an online casino with tax obligations a RTP between 94 and 96 is fair. Some games towards 97% - depending on the volatily - I might not release.

e.g. the new secret of the stones - max was boderline for me, but the game is popular and the regular version goes EOL, so had to. RTP is 96.81% for the Max version.

Speaking of games, I'll shall update our releases for February in a seperate topic.
 

Degen

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This is a nice honest reply From l&l.
The sites with lower RTP are certainly not to be Avoided. TheYou might get a Lower RTP for some games but in the case for videoslots for example, that's worth it for the knowing you will be paid no problems and fast.
They need a profit margin to be a fair business.

Win big on one of the lesser known "max rtp" casinos and you may be in trouble.
 

mack341

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Win big on one of the lesser known "max rtp" casinos and you may be in trouble.
Do you really believe this with the ukgc regulated casinos, that a less known casino may not pay out, or perhaps drag their heels and slow pay?

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Ladbrokes and coral can certainly afford to offer 96% PnG instead of 94%, it's just pure greed for more profit that they don't, players should vote with their feet.

There's no rule that when the taxes were originally decided they were set at the perfect level, they may have been too low when all things are considered.

I hope players aren't left in a situation where only dodgy casinos with poor customer service are offering the higher rtp versions.
 

ternur

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This is a nice honest reply From l&l.
The sites with lower RTP are certainly not to be Avoided. TheYou might get a Lower RTP for some games but in the case for videoslots for example, that's worth it for the knowing you will be paid no problems and fast.
They need a profit margin to be a fair business.

Win big on one of the lesser known "max rtp" casinos and you may be in trouble.
I disagree. Getting paid is not something that should be a factor in what makes a great casino. It should be given. Failing in this category is either bad business (if getting paid is not smooth) or criminal (if payments are denied without a legal reason).

Return to player is critical and any casino that chooses the lower ones are not great casinos imo. Sure, they might have some things going for them, but I personally avoid playing games with poorer rtp. If for no other reason than for the fact it's taking a piss at players.
 

colinsunderland

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This is a nice honest reply From l&l.
The sites with lower RTP are certainly not to be Avoided. TheYou might get a Lower RTP for some games but in the case for videoslots for example, that's worth it for the knowing you will be paid no problems and fast.
They need a profit margin to be a fair business.

Win big on one of the lesser known "max rtp" casinos and you may be in trouble.
I can get paid faster from Coral than Videoslots if I pop to a shop, and SkyVegas (who's games are all the highest rtp). Casumo pay in 24 hours or less, all games run at the highest RTP, LeoVegas the same. LV Bet always paid within a couple of hours, all at high RTP. Which ones of those do you think would have problems withdrawing from?
 

Reelsoffun

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I disagree. Getting paid is not something that should be a factor in what makes a great casino. It should be given. Failing in this category is either bad business (if getting paid is not smooth) or criminal (if payments are denied without a legal reason).

Return to player is critical and any casino that chooses the lower ones are not great casinos imo. Sure, they might have some things going for them, but I personally avoid playing games with poorer rtp. If for no other reason than for the fact it's taking a piss at players.
I disagree partly, LOL

Yes RTP matters if your playing hundreds of thousands or millions of games on the slots in question but do you really think its going to make a difference on a game that has billions or trillions of game rounds to choose from?

I really dont think its worth getting too bee in your bonnet about as I said last year when VS was reported to lower some RTPs I and others close to the industry said that others will follow suit and they have. By the end of this year its almost a certainty that others will also have lower some that haven't previously.

I also predict the ones that are higher at the moment will also start to lower over the next year to 18 months, feel free to correct me mid 2021 if I was wrong.

Slots are for entertainment, not a way of making money, look at it a different way playing slots on say 94.5% as opposed to 96% is going to cost you 1.5% more now just like train tickets increased 2.7% and everything else that goes up year on year.

Most things cost more year on year whether it be a service or goods, why should slot playing entertainment be any different really????

If it really means that much to you, go play at the ones that have the higher RTP ( while you can ) and stop moaning about the ones that are lower no one is forcing you to play them. :D
 

L&L-Jan

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Do you really believe this with the ukgc regulated casinos, that a less known casino may not pay out, or perhaps drag their heels and slow pay?

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Ladbrokes and coral can certainly afford to offer 96% PnG instead of 94%, it's just pure greed for more profit that they don't, players should vote with their feet.
I have to correct you here though, wouldn't say its greed. It's a business decision after operating in 2015/2016 with a gross margin of lets say 40% and moving forward to 2019 the gross margin was all of a sudden 10%. Shareholders start moaning, board needs to make a decision, you lower spend (which is not always possible) or generate more revenues by mix of measures, including adjusting the RTPs.

That's my 2 cents :)
 
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