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Inside the slot machine is a microprocessor similar to the one in your home computer. Instead of running Word or Excel, it runs a special program, the RNG, that generates numbers to correspond to the symbols on the reel of the slot machine.

You might say that the RNG is in perpetual motion. As long as there is power to the machine it is constantly selecting random numbers every millisecond. The RNG generates a value between 0 and 4 billion (approx number) which is then translated into a specific set of numbers to correspond to the symbols on the reels. The outcome of each spin is determined by the number selected by the RNG. This number is chosen when you hit the spin button or deposit a coin.

The RNG uses a formula known as an algorithm which is a series of instructions for generating the numbers. The scope of this is beyond most of our mathematical knowledge but can be checked for accuracy. This is done by the Casino Control Board and other testing laboratories to make sure that the program performs as it should so the player will not be cheated.

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A wagering requirement is a multiplier that represents the number of times you have to play though a bonus before you are able to withdraw any winnings.

For example: I am given a BDT 200 Casino bonus with a 10x wagering requirement. This means I need to spend BDT 2000 on eligible games, before I can withdraw any pending winnings gained.

Stakes on some of our games may not count in full towards the wagering requirement, Standard Game Weightings may apply. Please always check the terms and conditions to clarify this.

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This may occur if a player gets disconnected from the Internet whilst in the middle of a game or if there is a loss of connectivity between the player and our servers.
When the Casino or Arcade software ‘freezes’ or ‘crashes’, it is possible that your Internet browser’s virtual memory is full and needs to be cleared. Full computer virtual memory may have caused this error. You will need to clear your ‘cache’ and this can be done by deleting all Temporary Internet Files and Cookies.

Clearing Cache on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox:

You will be able to do this by holding down the keys “Shift” + “Ctrl” + “Delete”, while you have the webpage open in front of you. This will open a new window in which you would just need to delete the Cache / Temporary Internet Files / Cookies.

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