Top 10 – Slots with the highest RTP
The higher the Return to Player (RTP), the more you benefit.
Take an RTP of 96%. In that case, you can expect to lose $€4 for every $€100 you spin. But would the RTP be 97%, your expected loss would “only” be $€3.
Is the 1% difference so relevant? More than you think. If, for example, your starting balance is €100, the difference is $€1. But remember that you also wager your winnings. So in a session, your total staked amount could easily top €500. In that case:
- If the RTP is 96%, your expected loss amounts to: $€500 x 4% = € 20
- If the RTP is 97%, your expected loss is: $€500 x 3% = € 15
So, you already see that the difference is more substantial. And it becomes more and more so once you start to wager higher amounts.
Below we looked at the RTP’s of all slots of the most important providers, such as Netent, Pragmatic Play, Play’n GO and another 12 slots providers. Differences are massive!
We also looked at the RTP’s of all Megaways slots and the RTP’s of all slots with a Bonus Buy feature. Believe me, it matters!
Pragmatic Play slots have a pretty good return to player, often better than the online casino industry average Pragmatic Play is becoming more and more visible in the gaming industry with successful slots such as Wolf Gold, Mustang Gold or Release the Kraken, to name a few. What certainly helps is that Pragmatic Play is […]read more
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Fact: Play’n GO slots have a pretty good RTP However, there is a (big) catch. You need to pick the right online casino. Play’n GO has become one of the leading online slot providers in the last few years. Who has not heard of slots like Book of Dead, Reactoonz or Rise of Olympus? They […]read more
iSoftBet slots – Many Megaways slots and some with impressive RTP’s iSoftBet is trying hard to put its stamp on the gambling market, but it’s not easy to compete with the likes of Play’n GO, Netent or Big Time Gaming. At the end of 2019, they decided to get the Megaways mechanic license, which has […]read more
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Netent has always had a reputation for creating online slots with a high Return to Player Netent is probably the most famous slots provider. Who has not heard of Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest or Dead or Alive? Netent is also well known for delivering slots with a better theoretical Return to Player (RTP) than most other […]read more
Buy Bonus Feature slots are emerging rapidly, and these usually have high RTP’s Slots with the Buy a Bonus feature (or Bonus Buy Feature slots) are becoming incredibly popular. In 2019-2020 we saw over 100 of these slots. Take, for example, Nolimit City, Relax Gaming, Pragmatic Play or Netent. Nolimit City did not release one […]read more
Megaways slots – excellent gameplay, but how about the RTP? Megaways slots have become dominant in the gambling world. We have over 100 Megaways slots by now, and most are incredibly spectacular to play. The Australian game maker Big Time Gaming introduced the Megaways Mechanic, and up till the end of 2020, they delivered 12 […]read more