Casino Games Powered by RTG
What Is RTG?
RTG stands for Real Time Gaming. It is an online casino company that was created in Atlanta, Georgia in 1998. They are the market leader in this field and are dedicated to quality and perfection. They have developed a software program for Blackjack which is the fastest in the world. This software allows Blackjack hands to be dealt at the rate of seven hands per minute.
Where Did RTG Come From?
RTG appeared in 1998 and was acquired in January 2007 by Hastings International which is a subsidiary of the HBG Group. The HBG Group is based in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. RTG is fully licensed and regulation compliant. They have an extensive language and currency support network which allows online players from around the world to use their software. This is reassuring to players and creates a secure environment in which players feel secure.
The company has “taking gaming seriously” as its mission statement. RTG certainly lives up to its mission statement. Real time gaming software is easy to use and is also very clear as well as fast. RTG pays special attention to graphics and also the speed of the software. It provides operators and players the best that the gaming industry has to offer. RTG also offers specialized gaming software development. If a casino, virtual or real, requires a specific variation of a game, then RTG will supply it.
Which Are the Casino Games Powered By RTG?
Virtually all casino games can be powered by real time gaming. There are virtually no games that real time gaming cannot write software program for.
They are specialists in slots, table games, progressive games, card games and bingo. They have developed a vast array of table games which includes Double Jacks, Jacks or Better, Bonus Poker Deluxe, Sevens Wild, Deuces Wild and 100 Hand. As mentioned above, in the introduction, blackjack is one of RTG’s industry leaders.
When RTG is used in a casino, it allows the casino management to dispense with the services of dedicated croupiers or dealers. The dealing is done by the computer not by a person. This also alleviates any chances of cheating by the dealers in collusion with a player or players. This saves the casino money as they are not paying salaries to staff.
The good news is that in every deck of fifty-two cards there are 2,598,960 possible hands. The bad news is that you are only going to be dealt one of them.
Anthony Holden, author of Big Deal (1990)