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BitStarz Adds New Game Provider!

Tags: BitStarz, Pragmatic Play.
Posted on Wednesday, February 08, 2017 by "T".

You will now find Pragmatic Play slots on BitStarz! If you are a big fan of Novomatic and GameArt slots, then we are confident to say that you will enjoy Pragmatic Play slots as well since the graphics and animations are very similar!

Click on the link below to collect your 20 Free Spins (no deposit required) from BitStarz and to try Dragon Kingdom, 3 Genie Wishes and Hot Safari - three excellent slots from Pragmatic Play!


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13 comments for "BitStarz Adds New Game Provider!"

 bowie19842/8/2017 1:51:13 PM GMT
I heard of Pragmatic before, so it's not a no-name company of course but one would think if they really wanna stand out with their slots they would make it different and not similar to the ones from the competitors... Both on graphics and animations front.
 pochui2/8/2017 2:48:24 PM GMT
ok so i am reading this announcement: "If you are a big fan of Novomatic and GameArt slots, then we are confident to say that you will enjoy Pragmatic Play slots as well since the graphics and animations are very similar! and i'm thinking to myself (aka customer thoughts) - why the hell they added these slots if they are very similar to what's already on offer? what about adding something that is actually different and maybe very different... but hey the babe looks way better than the safe b1tch, so it's all good in the end.
 Gerimantas2/8/2017 4:59:07 PM GMT
I sometimes enjoy playing slot games, especially in the casino, not play a lot of them in online casinos since I think that it is very hard to tell if everything is right and the payouts are good as in real casinos, but I like that there is a lot of games to choose from and even more added, maybe i will play on Bitstarz
 Mober2/8/2017 8:51:52 PM GMT
Pretty much all slots, in all networks are alike.
One company copies another. They are just changing the graphics, bonuses, a bit
and they are serving it as new dish Smile
We have seen this happening with too may slots.
 pajalnick2/9/2017 12:53:31 AM GMT
pragmatic slots is just an attractive name for players .. certainly can be the case that a different algorithm in these slots, but I think in the slots will always be an element of chance when tion did not appear and no proper game it will not change
 bowie19842/12/2017 6:57:01 PM GMT
Posted by Mober:
Pretty much all slots, in all networks are alike.
One company copies another. They are just changing the graphics, bonuses, a bit
and they are serving it as new dish Smile
We have seen this happening with too may slots.

Yeah, but somehow different slots act different on different websites that is why many people like changing up their casinos time to time...
 Mober2/12/2017 10:18:42 PM GMT
I think all slots can be tampered by the owners at some point.
Which means they can start paying crazy at first and then drop to nothing Smile
And this can be happening more in real casinos when the say for example, that the slots
have a specific % in return.
If for example they say, that they give back 40 cents to a dollar, how are they doing that ?
Programming.
But when it comes to online with the network ones, i dont know.
All this just personal belief, with no proof Smile
 bowie19842/13/2017 8:32:23 PM GMT
Yeah, I always wandered if these providers giving you some mechanic or source code-like 'tampering ability' or server admin pass or anything you could have fun with when you buy games from them in bulk to be run on your websites. Would be interesting to know.
 pochui2/18/2017 9:04:04 PM GMT
not sure how exactly it's done in the online casinos (but i suspect it's very easy) but in real casino's you just have full of options in the operating system, basically slot is like a pc and the visuals you as the player are seeing is the monitor... someone with the keys come in, unlock the slot and use another set of keys to validate themselves as admin or sth like that- then they just pick the option about regulating the payout percentages and enter the desired amount in %... baaaam! we're back in business Big Smile theoretically governments have the laws stating the min payouts, but in reality it's hard to control the operators, especially when they have "friends" amongst those who suppose to regulate them.
 Mober2/18/2017 9:07:55 PM GMT
yea they key holders Smile
Every time someon hits abig win that happens.
They are opening the machine etc etc Smile
There is no doubt they have the ability to program the exact payout they want to put there.
And i never heard of anyone "investigating" if the machine are paying the legal amounts back.
 Gerimantas2/19/2017 9:10:29 AM GMT
Very interesting ideas posted by pocnui, I always believed that slots have exact payout that is ine ninber and doesn't change at all, there are slots where it is written that it pays out foe example 95% so people think this is correct, but now I see that this can be changed anytime, good that i don't play slots a lot, i better like roulette and blackjack
 Mober2/19/2017 9:24:42 PM GMT
If im not mistaken each country has regulated the payback rate by law.
If this is not happening in all countries, there is for sure in some.
So when for example you are buying the same slot machine, in two different countries, with two
different laws, it simply means, you can set the payback rate you want.
They are not making slot machines for each country, or business separately.
 Gerimantas2/20/2017 1:10:12 PM GMT
It ia scary to see people losing so much money on slots whenever o play in my local casino, they just bring packets of money load it on cards and lose it in minutes, i see people put like $400 in one spin and try to hit jackpots, and all of this when slots can be paying out very small amount of money back...

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