Gambling using RealTime Gaming software
RealTime Gaming is one of the more well known online gaming software providers currently operating online. They began operations in 1998 with the introduction of the RealTime Gaming software. This initial software compromised of a basic series of games that included slots, table games, blackjack and a few Video Poker titles. The slots were designed in a more classic sense with those available being taken from slots that were popular in land based casinos at the time.
RTG managed to release a number of new games but the number of slots released failed to meet with industry standards or expectations. This changed with the inclusion of the Real Series Slots. The Real Series Slots have managed to pull RealTime Gaming back from the brink of extinction to again be a viable option for new casino operators entering the market as well as players. RealTime Gaming has a storied past due to number of casino operators that acted in bad faith with players. This caused Real Time Gaming to be viewed as software that was not as trusted as others available at the time. This changed when RealTime Gaming began to increase its game portfolio and make a substantial investment in order to increase the level of respectability within the industry and improve on the value the games they offered presented to players. There are many well known and respected online casino gaming companies that use the RTG gaming platform and this adds a high degree of respectability to Real Time Gaming.
It is expected that RTG will maintain this presence as it continues on its new path. The company's software is extremely popular with online casino operators, not least because it does not dictate what a casino's pay scales should be. It also allows operators to set their own payout percentages, but the software is audited and certified by Technical Systems Testing (TST), an internationally accredited testing group, to ensure that its games are truly random. The company's software is extremely popular with online casino operators, not least because it does not dictate what a casino's pay scales should be. It also allows operators to set their own payout percentages, but the software is audited and certified by Technical Systems Testing (TST), an internationally accredited testing group, to ensure that its games are truly random. The RealTime Gaming software is somewhat different than other larger gaming software companies like PlayTech or Microgaming. Many of those software companies operate their games on a network. This means that all casinos that are using their software link in directly to the game servers. RealTime Gaming does not do this and each operator runs the games on independent servers. This has been a sore point in the past as it was rumored that the casino operators had the ability to change the payout ratios the game offered. The only games currently run on network servers from RealTime Gaming are the network wide progressive slots. It would be beneficial for RealTime Gaming to begin operating all games under its own network but it is unknown if this is something that will happen in the future. It would certainly increase RTG operators level of accountability should they elect to do this down the road.
One thing of interest however is that RealTime Gaming has been members of the Interactive Gaming Council as well as the iGGBA. Each of these organizations exists to provide fair and responsible guidelines to the online gaming industry. Each of these is highly recognized organizations that include most of the largest online gaming operators in the world. Casino operators however are still responsible to ensure compliance with local and international laws that may or may not govern online gaming. This pus the onus on the operators and allows RTG to focus on its operations and game development. The fact that the onus is operator based has allowed RTG licencee’s to continue to accept players from the United States and thrive under its current legislation while other licencee’s from Microgaming and PlayTech for example have had to pull out of the market. While this places those licencee’s at a higher risk of prosecution from the United States, it appears the risks have proven to be worth it as to date no licencee’s have faced legal troubles from the U.S. RealTime Gaming offers a wide range of games in order to suit players of all types and levels. You will find they offer a great selection of slots in classic styles, video slot styles and progressives. The Real Series slots all offer progressive jackpots which are randomly won. In addition to slots RealTime Gaming offers video poker, table games, keno, scratchcards, slot tournaments and more. The casino software allows for easy navigation along with banking and support options directly within the software. RealTime Gaming is expected to remain a viable option for licensee’s due to the high profitability and value its software offers. Continued development with games is expected within its Real Series slots.888 Bingo
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