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What is RTP?
What is RTP?

Return To Player concept explained

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Written by Mathis
Updated over a week ago

RTP, also known as Return To Player is the theoretical % that is returned to a player over X amount wagered. For example, a typical game of Plinko is 99% RTP, so over 100$ of wagering you are expected to get 99$ back. The larger the amount wagered the closer you, as a player, get to this return-to-player percentage.

Why RTP matters:

  1. Game Fairness: RTP is an indicator of a game's fairness. Games with higher RTP percentages tend to offer players a better chance of winning over time, though it doesn't guarantee immediate wins.

  2. Informed Choices: Knowing the RTP can help you choose games that align with your budget and playing preferences. If you're looking for longer gameplay with lower risk, go for games with higher RTPs.

  3. Realistic Expectations: RTP allows you to set realistic expectations for your gaming experience. A game with a 95% RTP is more likely to provide frequent, albeit smaller, wins compared to an 85% RTP game.

  4. Strategy: Some players incorporate RTP into their strategies, favoring games with higher RTPs to increase their odds of winning over time.

You can find the RTP for each game when hovering over them.

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