What is Return to Player (RTP) and what does it mean?
Return to Player, or RTP, is a term used by most gambling sites to describe the percentage of all money paid into the game that is paid out in winnings over a period of time.
For example, if the RTP for a game is 90%, and all players for that one game wager a total of £100, the total amount of winnings paid out will be, on average, £90.
It is important to remember the RTP is an average expected return across the game over a large number of game plays, and not a guaranteed return for each player.
As a result, if a game displays a 90% RTP, you should not expect to win 90 pence for every £1 you spend. We cannot guarantee wins on any of our games, as the outcome of any wagers is determined by our Random Number Generator [RNG] software, and therefore your gambling is based on your luck.
How do you calculate RTP?
We determine the RTP of our games using a mix of mathematical analysis and game simulations. The results of this are used to establish the average return percentage that you see displayed on the games as the RTP.
Our games are also verified by NMi, an independent specialist in game testing. We also make our results available to our external auditors and regulators as part of our commitment to game fairness.
Where can I find the RTP for a game?
You can find the RTP percentage for most of the games in the How to Play section. Simply click the game you wish to play, select More Info and then How to Play.
If you cannot see the RTP in this section, you may be on a game where the RTP is within the paytable in the game itself.
Please note that we may still be waiting for verified RTP figures for some games before they are put on the site. If your game does not currently have an RTP, please rest assured that we are working on getting this figure for all of our games in the near future.