Real Time Gaming Casinos — Similar, but Different

Real Time Gaming Casinos — Similar, but Different

Real Time Gaming (RTG) has an interesting model for its casinos. Whereas most developers (NetEnt, Microgaming etc.) provide simply the games themselves, RTG does not this, but also provides backroom management tools which enable an online casino to operate effectively. These might include systems for keeping track of players transactions and playing history. As a result RTG-licensed casinos can vary widely in their design, layout and operation, and operators are allowed to do things such as set their own payout settings for slots and Video Poker.

The games themselves are available both as a flash app and downloadable software (which tends to be superior), and have a vast selection of Video Poker games, all the classic table games like Roulette and Craps, 5 reel slots such as Aztec’s Treasures and Vulcan, and massive progressive jackpots like Jackpot Pinatas.

From the player’s perspective, their solutions include no deposit casinos, which as their name suggests, are those casinos where you can gamble effectively for free, without making any deposits of your own, and are a good way to try out gaming if you’re a beginner, without risking anything.

As a benchmark of its success, the number of online casinos powered by RTG is pretty mind-blowing, with over 2,500 listed providing online slots alone.

Naturally, as RTG grants a substantial leeway to its clients as to how they operate the software and indeed how they operate their entire outfit, they have little control over the day-to-day operations of a given casino. Therefore it is important you check out online the background to a casino that you are unfamiliar with, for example via one of the many neutral online forums. That said, there are plenty of good guys out there, which offer payment via all the mainstream secure channels including Visa, Mastercard, Click2pay, Neteller and Moneybookers (now known as ‘Skrill’). Ones to watch include High Noon Casino and Win Palace.

Founded in 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, the company has had its headquarters in Costa Rica and, since its acquisition by a subsidiary of financial services provider HBM Group, Curaçao, in the Netherlands Antilles.