How to Find the Perfect Slot RTP

by Hania Azeem HA

The solution to the question of what the RTP of a specific game is rather simple. A player may easily Google the name of the machine they wish to play, as well as the name of its manufacturer or game studio, whether they are visiting an online casino or a physical casino. They can even include the RTP acronym to their search. The gamer may observe that online RTP is consistently greater than offline RTP by doing this. Why is that?

Online to offline RTP comparison

Because internet casinos operate at far cheaper expenses than traditional casinos, online slots offer a greater RTP than traditional slots. Online slots are easier to manage and have lower overhead costs, consisting primarily of a monthly game royalty or a portion of the slots operator's revenue that goes to the game vendor.

Since internet casinos are not constrained by the size of the premises, there are hundreds or even thousands of online slots. A limited number of physical slot machines that need to be installed, periodically set up, repaired, and maintained can be found in an offline casino.

Volatility And RTP

The likelihood of winning while playing slots is determined by a variety of elements, as we said above. RTP is by no means the only company. Volatility is another crucial aspect.

For instance, a slot with a high RTP and high volatility may not be as well-liked by players as a slot with a high RTP and moderate volatility because the likelihood of winning in the former is frequently low.

Volatility, also known as dispersion, displays how frequently and how much can be won in a specific slot machine game. Volatility ranges from minimal to high. Slot machines designed for decreased volatility have more frequent but smaller wins. High-volatility slots guarantee massive winnings and have a high payout percentage, but there aren't many small and medium wins in these games.

RTP And Variability

Variance and volatility are two distinct concepts that are sometimes confused. Variance displays the departure from the RTP, or the gap between the player's hopes and the actual outcome.


Variance determines whether it is possible to consistently win on a certain slot machine at a given time, despite its volatility indicator. Let's examine a case in point.

If an online slot machine's RTP is 96%, the player can anticipate receiving a payout of 96 cents for every euro wagered. However, because the payout is determined based on millions of bets (spins), a player can only get the stipulated RTP live slot by wagering the full amount necessary to complete the computation cycle.

Additionally, the total number of players in a single game or the fact that thousands of people might simultaneously play one slot machine can have an impact on the change in player payout.

Variance is the difference between the RTP and the players' wagers.

Contrary to the theoretical RTP indicator, which is defined by the developers for a specific online slot, the real RTP indication fluctuates throughout a range of time. For instance, if a player looks at the RTP for a particular slot machine throughout a round, they might observe that the instantaneous payout can be higher than 100% during a winning round and lower than 100% during a losing round.

Who Does The RTP Actually Mean?

Who genuinely cares about the RTP of any specific game, given that it is only a theoretical indicator and has no bearing on whether a player can actually have a large win in the game?

RTP and volatility are frequently important for players that play frequently. Their strategy is typically influenced by payout values, and they will seek out game suppliers that provide games with bigger payouts. However, over time, the actual and theoretical RTP will balance out. Of course, it is improbable that the player will match the declared RTP in a single gaming session.

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