William Hill go even lower on RTP

Siohmy

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Not sure if this has been mentioned/discussed elsewhere but William Hill look like they've lowered their RTPs still further. Chucked £20 in there only to see Gonzo's Quest and Piggy Riches Megaways versions set at 90.7%. I have no words for these con-men anymore. Back to my PS5.
 

Lemon

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Trying to claw some easy money in before revenues drop through the floor on October 31st when all the player-safety 'features' get deployed. By Christ, it's going to be fucking grim. Next they'll set the minimum bet at 60p or something, or start charging for withdrawals. The UKGC fucks the player and the operator, then the operator fucks the player a bit more to compensate. Operators spend millions on TV advertising but the experience will now be shit, so they're just pouring money down the drain promoting a product no-one wants any more.

Three cheers, and so on...
 

brianmon

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Next they'll set the minimum bet at 60p or something, or start charging for withdrawals.
One casino I play (played) at - Platin Casino - has actually done that.
Bonanza and DHV are now minimum bet 40p and Wild Flower is 50p.
Haven't checked any of the others
 

slot_zombie

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One casino I play (played) at - Platin Casino - has actually done that.
Bonanza and DHV are now minimum bet 40p and Wild Flower is 50p.
Haven't checked any of the others
Platin are otherwise OK, though, and running at max RTP apart from Red Tigers.
 

shadow123

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One casino I play (played) at - Platin Casino - has actually done that.
Bonanza and DHV are now minimum bet 40p and Wild Flower is 50p.
Haven't checked any of the others

So the new trick is use increased minimum stakes on games from providers with fixed rtp,s. That is one sneaky move which has exactly
the same result as dropping rtp,s .. increasing the rake per spin from players who normally low roll.

Think Red Tiger has a lot to answer for as they were one of the first to offer variable rtp settings and also shave off an extra percent or so to
fund unwinnable jackpots, used to enjoy their games, now as soon as I load a new game and see the dots appear, I just exit without even bothering
to check the rtp.
 
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mack341

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A huge web of profitable businesses was built on the back of 96% slots [plus novos at slightly less], millions and billions revenue annually worldwide. So would be interesting if there is any other significant reason (other than greed) to offer worse paying games for the player?

Perhaps it's the slot producers playing a part, do they actually compete on price/cost with each other now there are several under one business etc..
 
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Guntis

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A huge web of profitable businesses was built on the back of 96% slots [plus novos at slightly less], millions and billions revenue annually worldwide. So would be interesting if there is any other significant reason (other than greed) to offer worse paying games for the player?

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