Casino Listings News has reported that it has obtained an email from a third party that as yet remains anonymous that has some startling news for NetEnt fans. It’s been revealed that the premium supplier is planning to make it possible for the Return to Player percentages for their games to be adjusted, depending on how casino operators wish to tailor their titles.
It was initially announced that Butterfly Staxx Touch™ was the online pokie that was going to kick things off, and it would become available on Boxing Day, December 26, with adjustable RTP numbers. Reel Rush™ is next, set to debut on January 9, and other games will then be added to the queue going forward. They’ll need certain tweaks to make this new change possible, and because NetEnt will have different IDs for games in the backend, the different payout percentages will be unique.
NetEnt went on to clarify that the initial two games will be rolled out in this new mode for a pilot testing period only. They are then expected to be available for general release in Q2 for 2020. Titles will then continue being released in 2020’s Q3.
NetEnt has also advised that the rules on changing payouts for games will differ for players depending on what region they are playing in, as each regulator has a different set of rules.
This plan comes on the heels of a very unpopular announcement made recently by the provider to integrate advertising into their pokies.
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