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Rakeback - Mathematical Breakdown of the Most Rewarding Bonus


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Rakeback is one of the standard bonuses offered by many online casinos. However, I do receive many questions about Rakeback, and it's calculation from new and old players from time to time.

To give better clarity on this topic. I will provide you with a simple explanation with examples..

What is Rake-Back?

In basic terms, Rakeback is the money that the casino returns to the player for their wager from the house edge. 

Still confused? Let me get into the number.

Let's say, you are playing one of our original games on our casino like Limbo, Dice, Plinko, Keno, etc. On these games the house edge is 1%.

So, theoretically in the long term with perfect play, you are bound to lose 1% of your wagered amount. 

Which means you lose 1$ for every 100$ you wager in the very long term.

Now, with Rakeback system, the casino gives back a % of it back to player in terms of bonus.

You can check how much Rakeback you receive from the Rakeback page, I don't want to get into those details. However, if you are a level 38+ player, you will get  Rakeback of 15% and you can boost it using JB coins 5% extra, which will be 20%.

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  • At 20% Rakeback, you will receive 2$ for every 1000$ you wager. 
  • Extending the breakdown further, for every 100,000$ you wager, you get 200$ as bonus in form of rakeback.

A similar calculation can also be applied for the BCD Rewards. Where, all the players are entitled to receive 25% on their wager. More details about BCD Rewards here.

Rakeback combined with BCD Rewards accounts for 45% of the money back on your wager. Combined with Level-up, Recharge and several other bonuses, it's really insane how much of the money we give back on BC.GAME.

Let me know your thoughts on the same in your replies below. Would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on the same.

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