William Hill Vegas Casino is a state of the art online casino which is powered by non-downloadable Ash Gaming and Blueprint Gaming software. Fully licensed in Gibraltar, this is impressive online casino contains a variety of different online casino games such as slot machines, table games, card games, scratchcards and video pokers. They also have a wide range of progressive jackpot games.
Emails were recently sent out to registered members of William Hill and these emails contained details about some proposed terms and conditions updates, which are due to be implemented on October 28th, 2013. Basically William Hill is making changes by improving the way in which it manages the Jackpot Contributions for their portfolio of Vegas Slot Machines.
Some of these great titles include The Winnings of Oz, Madness, The Glass Slipper, Chests of Plenty, Fairest of them All, Cash of the Titans, Reel Gems, Gold Leaf Clover, Super Diamond Deluxe, Angel or Devil, Nag’s to Riches, Cop the Lot, Adventures in Wonderland, Pharaoh’s Treasure, Sensible Soccer World Cup, Leprechaun’s Luck, Gin Join Jackpot and Fairy Fortunes. At the time of writing, there are 27 progressive jackpot slots available here.
The way in which a slot machine pays out is based on its Return to Player percentage rate, otherwise known as the RTP %. The main changes being made will directly affect this RTP % rate on each of the Vegas Casino slot machines, but this will be a positive change from a player’s point of view.
The RTP % will remain unchanged on these slots during the base game, however, the way in which jackpot contributions are gathered will be changing. The only real difference that you will notice as a player is that the prizes will top up much quicker than before.
For example, a slot called Fairy Fortunes has a current RTP % of 94.48%. During the base game this rate is on average 90.48%, but if the progressive jackpot is worth less than £30,000, the RTP will climb to 95.48%. This change will rapidly increase the growth of the prize pool and when the jackpot has climbed to more than £30,000, the RTP will decrease again to 92.48%, which is still more than the 90.48% base game RTP.
This sounds more confusing than it actually is, but the thing to remember is that after a jackpot has been won, it won’t take as long to reach a decent amount again because of this improved RTP % rate. You must also bare in mind that the RTP’s which are stated here are still theoretical. These results are based on William Hill’s standard fairness tests which are generated over an average of 10,000,000 spins.