Are Superior Casino Fruit Machines Really Random?

From time to time, some Superior Casino players might question the fairness of our online fruit machine games. Are these games really random? Can the end results be as realistic as they when playing land-based machines?

Well, the truth of the matter is that yes these games are really random and yes the outcomes are just as realistic – actually there are better odds playing online than most land-based casinos!

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Superior Casino, in partner with Rival Gaming, use a Random Number Generator, otherwise referred to as RNG, in all our fruit machine games. The RNG is a computer program that steadily produces a random and unique series of numbers every the reels are spun.

All end results of every single Superior Casino fruit machine you play are determined by an algorithm created by the RNG. Bear in mind that RNG’s apply to all our other games including Baccarat, Roulette, Video Poker and so on.

When it comes to random results, our traditional 3 reel fruit machines, 5 reel video machines, progressive games as well as our more advanced interactive machines, all have RNG’s that are constantly working to produce random and very realistic results. These results are generated by a complex mathematical equation before even producing a specific output.

There are players out there who still believe in the myth that fruit machine games exist on some kind of cycle. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Each result is as independent and unique as the next one.

Feel free to test our random results by trying your luck with any of our fantastic fruit machine games such as our highly entertaining and interactive As the Reels Turn saga, any of our fun 5 reel games like Flying Colors, Gushers Gold or Ice picks or win big with our progressive machines that include Strike Gold, Major Moolah and more!

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