The below glossary explains all the terminology you will encounter as you use Slot Tracker. Check it out whenever you’re in doubt, and for more detailed info, have a look at our slot tips and tutorials, where you'll find separate articles explaining how Slot Tracker and online slots work.
Average bonus win – the average amount (x the original stake) that has been won from a bonus round (e.g. free spins) in a slot.
Base game – the normal ‘mode’ in a slot, as opposed to the bonus game or free spins round.
Best win – the highest win a player has obtained from a particular slot relative to the amount staked.
Bonus Frequency – how often the bonus round has been triggered while playing a slot, expressed as a fractional and a percentage amount of the total number of spins.
Community – this refers to the entire Slot Tracker community, i.e. all players that are playing slots that are being tracked by the software.
Hit rate – how often you can expect to land on a winning combination while playing a specific slot, expressed as a fraction or percentage of all spins on a slot.
Provider – the slot developer that created the slot (such as NetEnt, Push Gaming, Microcaming, etc).
IN (figure) – the amount of money that has gone in a slot.
OUT (figure) – the amount of money that the slot has paid out.
P&L (figure)– Profit and Loss. This figure indicates how much you’ve lost or won from a slot.
RTP (Return to Player) – the amount of wagered money which a slot has paid back over time. This is expressed as a percentage by dividing the amount of money that has gone out from a slot by the amount of money that has gone IN, and multiplying the amount by 100.
SRP (Statistical Return to Player) – the average percentage based on individual spins’ IN and OUT variables, calculated to provide an average RTP percentage.
Volatility – the amount of risk involved in a slot game. Slots of high volatility do not pay out too often but may lead to some huge wins, whereas slots of low volatility will pay out more often but the wins are likely to be of a lesser amount.
Total Bonuses – the number of times a bonus has been triggered in a slot.
Wager Rating – a rating of how good or bad a slot is when you attempt to complete a casino bonus on it. In Slot Tracker, this ranges from Very Bad to Excellent.
Win Ratio (chart) – a chart to help compare the percentage of wins obtained from the base game with those obtained during the bonus game.
That's all folks! This is all you need to know in order to get started with Slot Tracker! For more details about its features, you might also find our article about Slot Tracker benefits and features useful. Alternatively, simply check out Slot Tracker for yourself by signing up for a free account through the link below.
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