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    It's crazy how much some of these YouTubers are betting per spin. It raises the question, are they earning enough YT revenue and free play money to compensate for the house edge of each game?

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    I believe they are getting paid more by the sponsors... to promote games, bring in new players, etc..
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    Do you actually believe they play with real money and not an account credited by the casino where all wins/losses are void?

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    stake
    rhymes with
    FAKE =)

    conincidence = 0 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by xecutable View Post
    Do you actually believe they play with real money and not an account credited by the casino where all wins/losses are void?
    If that was the case, why would the casino allow them to publish losing sessions? I was watching a NG Slot video yesterday and he lost $15k in like 15 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeraussie View Post
    If that was the case, why would the casino allow them to publish losing sessions? I was watching a NG Slot video yesterday and he lost $15k in like 15 minutes.
    Erm because they then mysteriously win billions to keep the mugs entertained.

    They don't even need fake cash from the casinos, there are these two things called "video editing" and the forever much loved "inspect element".

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeraussie View Post
    If that was the case, why would the casino allow them to publish losing sessions? I was watching a NG Slot video yesterday and he lost $15k in like 15 minutes.
    The casinos do not control what you publish. You just need to entertain your audience and it has to be convincing that it’s real. And since they are spinning slots they’d have up and down days.

    What kind of a profitable business would be to stream or record slot sessions where you play 200$ a spin to lose 20,000$ of your own money in front of 10,000 audience hoping to get what a 1000 players who are going to deposit a total of a 100,000$ lose them all so you can get your 30%, cover your losses and be on top?

    This is just not happening as I have greatly exaggerated the players and their total deposits. A silly mobile game offers most of these guys 30,000$+ for a simple 3min video. Nobody is going to be gambling hoping to cover their losses and have a winning session in order to make money.

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    Even if its fake money the providers still charge thier % along with platform etc.. it wont diferentiate between operator funds or customer funds.. so still 25% on losses whatever it is


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    NG Slot comment on YouTube:

    i get comped for private jet, penthouses, $10,000 for restaurants and big free play, because i gamble $200,000 during trip !
    What a crazy lifestyle!

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    Oh, the things we do for content

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    There's 100% no possibility of slots streamers legitimately playing at the stakes they show without receiving a lot of padding from the operator. Whether that's dummy balances, ridiculous cashback, bonuses, doesn't really matter. The operators are significantly offsetting losses.

    Here's a quick simulation to exemplify the point:

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    Thunderstruck has 9 paylines, so betting 10 credits/payline gives a total bet of 90/spin. Average 500 spins/hour = total wager of 45k. 4 hours of play (short session for many streamers) give a total wager of 180k.

    Over this period the AVERAGE loss for the streamer is 7k. That's nearly 2k/hour!!! One standard deviation from the average (~1 in 3 chance) is a loss of 30k.

    But it's not just the loss that's the killer here. It's the variance. If the streamer started with a bankroll of 1mil and played 100 sessions like this, there's a ~1 in 3 chance they'd lose the entire million. So unless they'd received a rev payout at the 7 figure level that's a 1 in 3 chance that they're down after 400 hours of work streaming. And remember this is only a 90/spin bet. Push that bet higher and the variance increases even further. To play this way without having losses offset the streamer would have to be bankrolled to a huge level, enough so that they likely wouldn't have to spend their time trying to make money, to sustain the swings that are inherent with this type of play.

    If you've got that much money to begin with, chances are there are easier choices for you than trying to become a slot streamer.

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    It IS fake money given by the casino

    and why ?
    Simply because it entices their audience to signup and deposit.
    In other words, it WORKS
    It brings new players at each streaming session, that's why...

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