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Last month I wrote all about RTP (return to player) percentages– what they mean, how they work, and whether you should be looking into them. Today, I thought I’d talk to you about the 4 NetEnt video slots that have the highest RTP%. Although, in the short term, they really don’t make a difference, in the long term, if you play the same game repeatedly, the higher the RTP%, the more likely you are to be in profit over all.
A slot will never have a 100% RTP, as this means that the casino will always end up losing and that’s no way for them to do business. But the closer to 100% the slot is, as a regular player, you have the best chance possible of being in profit overall, when playing this game for the long term.
Mega Joker is the NetEnt slot with the highest RTP and is almost the highest in the world – beaten only by Playtech’s Ugga Bugga.
This six-year-old game has a Progressive Jackpot that’s been known to pay out some awesome amounts to a lucky few.
However, despite having the term “Mega” in its name, the average wins of Mega Joker don’t come close to NetEnt’s true ‘millionaire maker’ Mega Fortune. With Mega Joker, the average win is €15,497 and it’s usually hit around every 76 days.
With a very high RTP, there’s a lot to gain from playing Jackpot 6000. Try it out for free here.
Blood Suckers gives a whopping 98% return to player, out of 100%. Blood Suckers, with it’s gothically, romantic vampire theme, is aimed at the younger casino players, the 18+ ones, but a theme is just a theme.
If a slot has more chance of you being a winner, why wouldn’t you fall in love with it anyway? This 5-reel, 25-line video slot includes a thrilling bonus vampire slaying game, activated by 3 or more bonus symbols appearing simultaneously on the reels. There is also a Free Spins feature, where the maximum payout is over €50,000!
Kings of Chicago is an interesting slot from Netent, and one that doesn’t get enough hype around it. It’s the first game from Netent to bring the feel of a Video Poker game to a Video Slot, so will appeal to fans of both. The slot symbols have been replaced by a deck of cards, dealt into 3×5.
You win when a poker hand combination of three of a kind or higher appears on the reels. Extra additions such as a Joker (which doubles wins) and Scatter Symbols all add to the excitement of this hybrid offering.
I spoke about Devil’s Delight in my post about all the Halloween-y themed NetEnt slots, which is actually really handy, all year round, for fans of the macabre- zombies, monsters, freaks and scares. Devil’s Delight houses the Grim Reaper and the Devil himself across the reels.
Then burning hearts and skeletons complete the reels, with an interactive bonus game making this frighteningly fun. Then, of course, the high RTP should make this one of those games you remain loyal to in the long run!
Everyone loves a good magic show, even if we know it’s not real, we love to be entertained; and a magic show with a 97.5% return to player percentage is just the kind of show we love! Scatter symbols in Simsalabim magically enhance the payout to anything up to x200, Free Spins by x3. A bonus game sees you become part of the act, by clicking symbols in order to reveal what’s inside, and you’ll be enchanted by what you find!
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