RTG, or Realtime Gaming, were one of the original big players in the online gaming scene, starting up in 1998 and instantly gaining a huge following, particularly in the USA where they provided slots for casinos aimed at the US market. They also make card and table games, and have striven to stay head by sticking to their motto, which is ‘Taking Gaming Seriously’. You can generally choose to download their games or use instant play, though you’re advised to choose your RTG casino carefully as some offer better customer care than others.
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Recommended sites to play RTG games at are Cleopatra’s Palace, High Noon Casino, Royal Ace Casino and Rushmore Casino, though each offers different terms and conditions, bonuses and promos - so take some time to choose the RTG site that’s right for you.
There are around 120 games on offer in total - mostly slots, though blackjack, Red Dog, baccarat, videopoker, craps and roulette are all on offer too. The current flagship slots are known as the Real Series and there are all multi-line video slots with gameplay structures that have above-average complexity, and superior visuals and sound as well. They also come with a turbo feature and autoplay, so you’ll get plenty of action from these games whenever you log in and load them up.
RTG suffered a nasty scandal in 2004, when a player won $1.3 million at Hampton Casino and subsequently won $96,000 at another RTG casino shortly afterwards. It was suspected that software containing some kind of algorithm to help players cheat had been used, and the slot in question was eventually withdrawn, and no similar incidents have occurred since.
Like all reputable casino software companies RTG are independently tested – in this case by Technical System Testing of Canada, who carry out testing to the ISO/IED 17025 standard to ensure that games are run using a suitable random number generators, that poker systems are fully audited, and that game, mathematics and live dealers are all evaluated correctly.
RTG moved to Costa Rica in 2007, and are now owned by Hastings International, a subsidiary of the HBM Group.