Bonanza RTP

Bonanza RTP

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The mining theme and all the goodies and precious items that can be found below the surface of Earth have been an inspiration for many online slot developers, and we have already reviewed a plethora of those types of games on our site.

This time we are talking about Bonanza, an outstanding online video slot game developed by Big Time Gaming.

There are several features that this game offers which are quite fantastic and invites a lot of players on the reels of this game, and here, we will focus a bit more on the RTP of the game, so stick around.


Few Words About Bonanza Slot

As soon as you enter the game, you will see something unique and interesting happening with this game. It is obvious that the players keep on returning to the game and the five reels that it offers, as there are astonishing 117,649 paylines or ways that you can win in this game! Try it on for size and try to spin without winning something!

You can spin the reels from £0.20 all the way up to £500.00 which means that the players that are here for the big prizes may be as happy as they’ve ever been. The maximum amount that you can win here in the base game is x50 your stake, so hit the “Bet Max” button for the maximum denomination and coin value to make sure you are on the right track for the most lucrative wins.

On the other hand, the “Auto Play” is your choice if you are up for a relaxing time, as it will leave you sitting back on the couch and giving your index finger a rest. All you need to do is set the number of spins and the denomination.


Bonanza RTP

RTP is an abbreviation for Return to Player, which means the amount of money that is being returned to the players by the game. The percentage in the online video slots average is 95%, while Bonanza Slot RTP is on an amazing 96%, meaning the game keeps only 4% of all the money that all the players from all around the world deposit, and brings back the rest of the ash.

The RTP is an interesting parameter set by the developing company, or Big Time Gaming in this case, which always has to meet with the number of the RTP. The number evens up after a longer period of time, like a certain number of spins (10,000 to 100,000) or a time period (1 year or so), previously determined by the company.

There are plenty of misconceptions about the RTP and how it functions, with many players stating it’s a false number, which can’t be the case because of the rules and regulations of the licence givers, or another one that states it evens up for every player, which can’t be the case as every player will lose money that way. 

In a Nutshell