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Feedback: Suggestions for improvement and forum extensions all in here (Page 127)

Topic created on 06th May. 2017 | Page: 127 of 127 | Answers: 1,261 | Views: 192,139
RebellYell
Top Member

Toastbrot wrote on 16.04.2024 at 08:00: I don't know if this is nonsense or even feasible but after I deposited at a DE casino last week and relaxed playing a few play n go slots that were previously running at 87.xx Rtp they were now lowered to 84%... which of course annoyed me a lot at that moment because I definitely wouldn't have made the Deposit there. Of course I could have looked at the different slots beforehand without depositing, but who does that before every deposit? Above all, these reductions always happen quietly and secretly without any announcement or justification on the part of the casinos. Yes, I know it's in the slot, but I think that something like this should at least be justified under the DE license if I'm already getting less "performance" (extra in quotation marks) for my money for which I got more the previous week ... But that's another topic.

What I would like to get at is how about a kind of RTP tracker with the casinos under the DE license that is also maintained by users. Screenshots could be used to document current changes, e.g. of course not for each individual game separately, which would probably be far too much effort, but at least a kind of average for the various providers. Highest and lowest RTP compared etc

So that you as a player can get a quick overview here beforehand and choose where to make your depositor accordingly.
I think that would be pretty cool, but I don't know if something like that would be feasible and how the majority would see it. I would at least use it regularly.

It was just a thought that came to me after I was annoyed about this new reduction last time


I posted exactly the same thing here 3 days ago. Unfortunately, no one from GJ has responded to this yet. I would very much welcome it if something like this could be incorporated here. It would be great if the data could be kept up to date with the help of the users.

But I'm really fed up with this constant lowering of RTPs and I don't want to deposit in any of these casinos again.

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Toastbrot
Experienced

RebellYell wrote on 16.04.2024 09:41:


Exactly the same, I had also posted here 3 days ago. Unfortunately, no one from GJ has responded yet. I would very much welcome it if somehow something like this could be built in here. It would be great if the data could be kept up to date with the help of the users.

But I'm really fed up with this constant lowering of RTPs and I don't want to Deposit in any of these casinos again.


I hadn't even seen that from you otherwise I would have referred to it directly in my post, but it's good if someone else also notices this problem and I'm not alone with it. 👍



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