Real Time Gaming Casinos

Are you an American? Do you enjoy playing slots, blackjack and other casino games online?

Then chances are that you’ve heard of Real Time Gaming. Most US-facing casinos use their software. So if you haven’t heard of them, the odds are still good that you’ve played at one of their casinos.

Their casinos are a good option for players that like a little bit of everything. Their software has more than 100 games, offering a healthy mix of slots, blackjack (and variations), video poker (and variations) and other table games like baccarat, pai gow poker and craps.

Other than their games, RTG casinos are known for their deposit bonuses. Slots bonuses range from $2-$10,000, while table game offers range from $1-$5,000. And then they offer reload bonuses every week.

So, between their games, deposit bonuses and their low $21 deposit threshold, RTG casinos are a good choice for players that want an all around casino experience without breaking the bank.

We recommend reading our reviews to find a casino. Or you can read on below to learn more about Real Time Gaming software, and what to expect when you sign up to one of their casinos.

What Casinos Use Real Time Gaming?

Here is a shortlist of the casinos that use Real Time Gaming software:

  • Loco Panda
  • Grand Parker
  • Bovada
  • Onbling
  • Classy Coin
  • Desert Nights Casino
  • Slotocash Casino
  • Cool Cat Casino
  • Slots of Vegas Casino
  • Prism Casino
  • Club Player Casino
  • Aladdins Gold
  • Buzz Luck
  • Bodog
  • Clubworld Casino


There are lots more, too. All of their casinos offer a download for Windows, and an instant play version for everyone else. With the exception of Bovada, no one offers mobile games / apps.

Keep in mind that just because a casino runs on Real Time Gaming, that it doesn’t mean they’re safe to play at. Be sure to read our reviews first before signing up.

What Games Are Available at Real Time Gaming Casinos?

Each casino will tout different numbers, but you can expect anywhere from 100-150+ games from a Real Time Gaming casino. If you play from your browser the number will be closer to 80-100.

RTG casinos offer your standard casino games. For example:

  • Blackjack – This includes variations like Face Up 21, Super 21, European Blackjack, Perfect Pairs and Match Play 21.
  • Video Poker – This includes options such as Joker Poker 2, Jacks or Better, Bonus Poker, 7-Stud Poker, Deuces Wild and Loose Deuces. You can also play up to 100 hands at once.
  • Roulette – This includes European and American roulette.
  • Craps
  • Keno
  • Sic Bo
  • Slots
  • Bingo
  • Scratch Cards


Stakes will vary from .01 to $5 per spin / turn for slots and video poker, and $1 to $1,000 for table games.

What you won’t see are live dealer, arcade or mobile games. With the exception of Bovada, you won’t see RTG casinos offering poker, sports or horse betting either.

For progressive jackpot players, they have a few options – Shopping Spree, Card Shark and It’s Good to Be Bad. All of these are on a network, so jackpots are built faster, and are won more often.

How is Their Software Different?

Real Time Gaming is different from other software providers in the following ways:

1) They have more blackjack and video poker variations.

2) RTG doesn’t have strict guidelines for how licensees use their software. They’re allowed to set limits and payouts to whatever they want (with $50,000 bets being the max). Operators can also change the number of decks used in blackjack games.

How Can RTG Improve?

I would like to see Real Time Gaming develop mobile software. Mobile gaming is popular, and so few US-facing casinos offer apps. The only one on RTG software is Bovada; they had apps developed less than a year ago, and now offer 10+ games including slots, blackjack and roulette.

It would be great to see RTG add more game options, too. Things like live dealer games (which are unheard of in US casinos), and more arcade and scratch ticket games.

The last thing I’d like to see changed are their play through requirements for table game bonuses. They expect players to wager 120x their deposit plus bonus. Say the offer is a 100% match up to $1,000. If the player deposited the full amount, that player would have to wager $240,000 ($2,000*120) to fulfill the requirements – before he cashed anything out.

That’s absurd.

Has There Been Any Noticeable Problems?

There was one problem, but the details are vague.

Back in 2004 a player won $1.3 million while playing Caribbean 21. He was playing for high stakes at the Hampton Casino, and the Delano Casino where he won $96,000. This was all from a $1,000 deposit.

The casinos accused him of cheating, saying that he used a bot to play for him. Because of this they said they wouldn’t pay him.

No one knows the outcome of this story.