Casino Payout Statistics: January 2017 InsightsPublished March 1, 2017 by Mike P
Explore direct payout statistics from two leading casino brands. This article offers fascinating insights into how online casinos perform.
Online Casino Reports (OCR) maintains a constant dialogue with the operators, companies, and players that comprise the global online gambling industry. And one of the advantages of maintaining this on-going communication is that we receive breaking industry statistics to help inform you in how everything works.
BETAT and Slotty Vegas Stats
Just recently, we had the pleasure of being sent payout and return to player (RTP) statistics directly from BETAT Casino and Slotty Vegas. These numbers provide a fascinating snapshot of how those popular casino sites operate, so allow us to guide you through the most interesting findings that we received.
Bonuses and Real Conversion Rate
Bonus funds are extremely popular among players, and this is underlined by the fact that BETAT has awarded €157,500 and Slotty Vegas has given out €162,000 worth of funds to their players. From those funds, BETAT players managed to convert 78% of those bonuses to real credit, while Slotty Vegas succeeded in converting 76%.
RTP Levels and Biggest Multipliers
There are even more interesting findings to reveal, especially when it comes to winnings. At Slotty Vegas, the casino site saw oversaw a 96.90% RTP to its players, while BETAT managed to go higher with 97.30%. Then there was exciting news for which casino had the highest multiplier. This honour went to BETAT for its huge 3,524x multiplier that was triggered, while Slotty Vegas was not far behind on a 2,598x multiplier.
Casino Gameplay Statistics
The gameplay statistics showed an advantage for Slotty Vegas, where its players completed a staggering 29,483,528 rounds of wagering, with BETAT players completing 21,679,065. When digging a little deeper, it was intriguing to see that two classic slots where the most played. For BETAT, it was the Microgaming slot Thunderstruck that claimed the honour with its Viking subject matter, while NetEnt’s intergalactic Starburst slot was the most played at Slotty Vegas.