What is The Real RTP of Stakelogic Slots: 96, 94 or 88%?
Stakelogic is one of the software providers that allow casinos to change the RTP of some slots. So to say, let’s go through these:
What I mean exactly by “allow casinos to change the RTP”,
What you need to do about it as a player.
Changeable RTP is a quite new phenomenon in the online casino industry. I believe, the first provider that implemented it was Playngo. This “feature” (to me, it is more appropriate to call it a scam) means that a particular slot has different RTP levels and all online casinos can set different RTP values.
For example, Stakelogic slots with the adjustable RTP “feature” normally have these RTP baskets: 96%, 94% and sometimes even 88%.
So to say, a Stakelogic slot with fluctuating RTP can have any of these RTP levels depending on a particular casino. At some online casinos, exactly the same slot may have 96% RTP, whereas at another casino it may have 88% RTP.
It does not mean that the game is rigged since casinos can not set any RTP value, but only predetermined ones. Though I believe it does not make players feel any better.
For example, I know for sure that these Stakelogic slots have changeable RTP: Voodoo Reels, Marlin Catch, Book of Cleopatra and quite a few others actually.
In any case, it is definitely a good idea to check any Stakelogic slot before you play it for real money. Moreover, it must be done at each casino individually and before each session.
How to establish the real RTP of Stakelogic slots
Let’s take the Marlin Catch slot as an example.
The first thing you need to do is to click on the menu button.
Then click on the question mark icon.
Here you can see the Marlin Catch slot has a decent RTP of 95.8% at this particular casino.
Exactly the same Stakelogic slot can have much lower RTP at another casino (94% or even worse). That’s why is necessary to check it.
Why I recommend manually checking the RTP of all Stakelogic slots
Some Stakelogic slots do not allow casinos to set the RTP they wish. However, it is only true as of now. There is no guarantee that Stakelogic won’t implement this amazing “feature” in the future so you better be safe than sorry.
I bet that most new Stakelogic products will include adjustable RTP since this is what more and more software providers are starting to do.
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