Is it true that RTP can vary?

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#397

All formal metrics are theoretical and based on millions of spins. Is it true that RTP can vary for the same game?

#398

Yes, this applies to some specific games and some providers. As experienced gamers know, some game providers certify their games at several different RTP levels, allowing operators to set specific settings for their service.

#402

Some games have different RTP levels depending on the player's chosen bet size.

#403

Some games have different RTP levels depending on the paylines chosen.

#404

Some players feel that due to game rules and licenses, the RTP metric is fixed for a particular game. Today this statement is outdated. Several operators have started licensing their games at several different RTP levels. In the case of licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority, slots can be licensed as long as the RTP level remains above the 92% mark. A game can be certified for a single RTP tier or multiple different tiers.

#405

Profits from an online slot usually go to the online casino you play at and they pay the game provider their cut. In the case of branded games, there is often an additional charge for using the franchise from whoever owns it. This is why RTP can be lower on branded games.

#1963

Yes, it is true that the Return to Player (RTP) percentage in casino games can vary. The RTP represents the expected long-term payout percentage that a game is designed to provide to players. However, it's important to understand that the RTP is an average over a large number of game rounds and can vary from session to session.

#2254

Yes, it's true that the Return to Player (RTP) percentage for the same game can vary over a short period of time, even though the formal metrics are based on millions of spins. This variation occurs due to the random nature of casino games, especially in the short term.

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