I wonder how the testing houses take account of the CAP, surely potential wins form part of the rtp and game cycle of expected return [over millions of spins], are there any casinos offering the pragmatic games uncapped?
If not, then why does pragmatic make games with this extra potential that the player will never have a chance to win?
Exactly and no is the answer to your question! Pragmatic only have a few versions of slots with different RTP's for casino operators to choose from. But as for MAX WIN CAPS no, they remain in place regardless if a casino chooses to use a lower RTP version of the same slot!