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  1. MrUKHackz

    Videoslots Reduced RTP

    Okay so to those of you that don't know, certain providers have variable maths models for there games, for instance Play'n GO have 2 versions of Book Of Dead, 94.2% RTP is the lowest version and 96.21% is the highest version. In a nutshell, Videoslots are now running on the lowest versions of these games for the UK which they announced in Feb but you probably wouldn't of seen it as its hidden on a back page, you'd think something like that would be front page news! How does this effect you as a player? It has a massive effect, 2% difference in RTP will lower your expected game time by around 30% What does this mean to you? It means if you're going to play Play'n GO, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger or IGT then I suggest you play anywhere but Videoslots, if you wondering about all the other providers, they have a fixed RTP and will be the same at any casino, it's just the 4 providers listed above.