Fairness & RNG Testing Methods

Fairness & RNG Testing Methods

Last updated: 28 October 2021

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In order to ensure the integrity of the casino games, a Random Number Generator (RNG) is used where applicable to determine the random outcome of such games. This is a standard industry system which ensures consistently random results which has also been extensively tested by running and analyzing thousands of game rounds. The randomness of the RNG provides a credible and fair gaming environment.

The Theoretical Return to Player (RTP) value is a theoretical calculation of the expected percentage of wagers that a specific game will return to player after a significant amount of plays (e.g. hundred of million game plays). While every single game play is unpredictable and it is possible to win a big amount or lose your bet, the average return of a specific game in the long run will approach the Theoretical RTP value. The RTP value is calculated via either a theoretical or simulated approach with the method used depending on the game type.

Gaming providers conduct compliance testing to verify elements such as Functionality, Display, Transaction, Rules, Mathematics (RNG, RTP) etc. to ensure the compliance of overall product to applicable regulatory requirements. Subsequently, Fairspin makes testing including Integration Testing and User Acceptance testing, thus guaranteeing the game integrated into our gaming platform performs as it was expected in terms of user experience.