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What Does RTP (Return to Player) Mean?

Q: What does RTP stand for?

A: RTP stands for Return To Player.

Q: What does the RTP percentage represent?

A: The RTP percentage is a measure of the percentage of stakes a game returns to players over a substantial number of plays (often over a minimum of one million plays). It serves as a guide to indicate how a game is expected to perform.

Q: How does the RTP percentage work in practice?

A: If a game has a stated RTP of 92%, it generally means that players can expect the game to return £0.92 in every £1.00 (or equivalent currency) over a long period of plays.

Q: Does the advertised RTP guarantee specific results for individual players?

A: No, the advertised RTP represents the expected performance of the game over a large number of plays. However, it does not mean that every play or series of plays will result in that exact percentage return for individual players. As wins are awarded randomly, the return to individual players may vary between zero and the maximum prize level for each play. Each play is independent, and the outcome of one bet does not affect any other.

Q: Are there patterns or compensations in random games based on previous outcomes?

A: No, random games are not "compensated." Previous outcomes, whether winning or losing plays, do not influence future outcomes. The game is entirely random, and players should only stake what they can afford.

Q: Do all games behave the same way in terms of their characteristics and features?

A: No, all games have their unique characteristics and feature sets, which make them behave slightly differently. It's important to understand the specific rules and gameplay of each game.

 

Each game is designed to provide an entertaining and random experience, and individual results may vary based on luck and chance. Players should always gamble responsibly and set limits for their gameplay.

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