Responsible Gaming and Licensing
Realistic Games takes fair and responsible gaming very seriously. Our games math modelling and RTPs are designed to give players a fair and enjoyable experience.
Our products also go through a rigorous testing process. They are tested and certified to comply with the regulations of a variety of jurisdictions by the industry leading testing houses, GLI and SQS.
Prior to reaching GLI or SQS, the games experience a thorough internal testing process. This includes running billions of games for each of our game models to ensure their integrity. We also check that the RTP we publish is accurate, and that each game functions according to its specification and the game rules.
Our random number generator is also tested and certified by GLI to ensure its true random nature.
We are delighted to have been issued with GLI’s “Gaming Labs Certified” mark
Realistic Games Limited is licenced and regulated by the GB Gambling Commission under the following licence: Combined Remote Operating Licence: 3000. Please click here for further details.
Realistic Games Limited is registered in England and Wales; Company No: 04392971; Registered Address: 8th Floor North, Reading Bridge House, Reading Bridge, George Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8LS.
Realistic Games (Gibraltar) Limited is licenced and regulated by the Gibraltar Licensing Authority under the following licence: Remote gambling – B2B online casino services licence (Remote Gambling Licence No. RGL 071). Realistic Games (Gibraltar) Limited is registered in Gibraltar; Company No: 110772; Registered Address: Montarik House, 3rd Floor, Bedlam Court, Gibraltar.
We are extremely proud to be licensed and regulated by two of the most pre-eminent and highly respected regulators of betting and gaming in the world. Further information about the GB Gambling Commission can be found here. Further information about the Gibraltar Licensing Authority can be found here.
As our client base grows into new jurisdictions, we will continue to ensure that we comply with the applicable licensing requirements of each new jurisdiction.