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SlotJoint launches feature for players to check whether games are paying out as advertised

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slotjoint-launches-feature-for-players-to-check-whether-games-are-paying-out-as-advertisedSlotJoint.com, a Canadian-founded online casino, today announced a return to player (RTP) self-check feature that allows casino players to check whether games are paying out as advertised.

With numerous online casinos to choose from, Integrity and Responsible Gaming protection are growing areas of importance for players selecting which casino to play with. The SlotJoint return to player (RTP) self-check feature addresses these requirements and needs of the player. The player can check whether games are paying out as advertised by viewing the actual RTP to theoretical RTP.

Furthermore in addition to standard self-exclusion tools, players are able to automatically flush all payment requests. This flushing feature was developed to promote responsible gaming by preventing players from reversing payout requests.

A spokesperson for SlotJoint.com commented that “The growing array of choice for mobile and desktop casino players can be very confusing in regards to what platforms and games are reputable. At SlotJoint we publish the theoretical pay-out percentages for each game at our site. These payout rates can be viewed from the game tab when the list mode is selected. Also, players can view their return to player (RTP) in their Player Account. This allows players to double check that the games are paying as advertised. Thus creating a fully transparent and trust communication with players in what matters to them most – the payout of the games.”

About SlotJoint (www.slotjoint.com)

SlotJoint was established by a team of Canadian gambling enthusiasts and investors. Our team comprises of experts in customer experience, technology and online gaming.

SlotJoint is owned by Northern Entertainment N.V., whose correspondence address is: Landhuis Groot Kwartier, Groot Kwartierweg 12, Willemstad, Curacao.

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