All slot machines have a microprocessor installed, the RNG (Random Number Generator). This processor is responsible for printing the random numbers used in slot games and works even when the machine is not functioning.
An RNG is necessary because slots depend heavily on the randomness of their numbers to ensure the casino and players are both given a fair chance to win. As Kong casino is one of the top casinos in the UK, all our casino games have the RNG installed, which is why our casino has been trusted by top UK players for a long time.
Random Number Generator
The idea behind the RNG in a slot machine is to generate random symbols for the device. Each time a player taps the spin button, the Generator produces a most unexpected set of symbols, ensuring little to no chance of predicting the numbers. An RNG has a sequence between one and billions of symbols every time, in seconds.
This Generator is powered by a computer algorithm, working round the clock. So if the player presses the spin button at the time, he’s instructing the computer to print the symbols generated at that second.
All the top slots in the Kong casino are continuously tested by testing agencies appointed by the gambling regulatory bodies, especially the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), to confirm the working nature of the algorithm powering the generator. There has not been a case of fraud reported by these testing bodies, and all UK players who play at the casino are fully convinced of the fairness of all the slot games provided by the top gaming software providers at the casino.
Kong Casino and Random Number Generator
One of the myths that many UK players have is that the possibility of getting a winning combination is higher when a player spins the wheel after another player hits the jackpot. There is no determined time for the RNG algorithm to ‘hit.’
Because of the randomness of the RNG, the algorithm can go for days without recording a hit but can record three wins in 48 hours. Another thing to note is that although the combinations come out as symbols, they are all numbers to the algorithm.
Here’s an illustration of a winning spin combination happening at a slot machine in a Kong casino. Ten symbols and two blank spaces separate all the symbols for a simple five-reel setup title machine. There will be a total of 30 positions.
Three reels multiplied by the number of positions (30) can give you a probability of 27,000 to 1 spin. The multiplication and the fact that the algorithm works every second may produce a jackpot combination, but a player getting this combination is just one spin. That’s why there are not many wins at the slots.
The good thing about the microprocessor present in the slot machines at the Kong casino is that all players have an equal chance of winning the jackpot. This fairness is also enforced due to the strict compliance to international practices implemented by the UKGC and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
All the registered players at the Kong Casino can enjoy their favourite slot games, including King Kong Cash, Rainbow Riches, Fluffy Favourites, Starburst, Legacy of the Tiger, Halloween Fortune, Epic Ape, among other top slots. The games are from popular gaming software providers like Playtech.
The fear that many online casinos were in control of the endearing nature of their slots is no longer there. Kong Casino has installed RNG to allow its players to hit the jackpot and cash out a huge cash prize.
There’s no better time to experience the highly optimized and secured site that Kong casino offers to its players, lots of payment options for fast transactions, and an extensive collection of slots to play at.
Do all slot machines at Kong Casino have RNG?
Yes. Kong Casino has the RNG algorithm processor installed in their slot machines.
How do I know the RNG ensures Fairness?
The RNG algorithm installed in Kong casino is regularly tested by the testing agencies, which both the UKGC and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission instruct to test and make reports. There have been no complaints from the audits carried out on the machines.
Can I Calculate the probability of winning a slot round?
No, you cannot. The RNG generates number sequences between one and billions and ensures each one plays out.