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The software company RealTime Gaming (RTG) have been producing casino games since 1998, when the company first went started business in Atlanta, Georgia. They never really became a major player until the US introduced the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act (UIGEA) in 2006. When most other software providers left America, RTG allowed its licensees to continue accepting players from the US.

This was good news in some respects for players as they could still play slots online, despite changes to the law. However, due to fairly low barriers to entry for getting an RTG software license for an online casino, some unreputable operators got involved. Luckily most have either gone out of business of have had their licenses revoked. However, I would always recommend that you use Gamingslots list of trusted RTG casinos to decide where to play. There are still one or two around that will have problems with processing payments or will not be part of a solid business.

As far as RTG games go, they have over 50 video slots to choose from. Most of them are not that good, but they do have a few that are worth a play such as the shogun-themed Ronin, Aztec’s Treasure online slot and the slot Cleopatra’s Gold. All their slots are part of the Real Series and come with a random jackpot. This can be triggered with any coin size apparently, although I am pretty sure you have more chance of winning it if you play a higher value coin. The random jackpot does affect the RTP (return to player) of RTG slots, so keep this in mind when playing them. It can take forever to hit a bonus round sometimes, but when you do they can be pretty good.