Where you draw the line between 'live' and 'RNG' is up for debate I guess.
But if you ask me, Evolution's (via NetEnt) latest effort, Gonzo's Treasure Hunt, is way more RNG than Live....like 100% RNG and 0% live.
They've cheekily branded it as a live game, and licensee casinos have added it in the 'live casino' section of their websites.
The reality is though, 100% of outcomes are computer generated. Not a single physical mechanism (ball, dice, card, contraption etc) plays a part in outcomes.
At least with live game shows there is always an element of real, physical chance playing a part, albeit sometimes with an RNG element.
The only 'live' element in Gonzo's Quest is the presenter's commentary of the game.
Kind of like sitting at a slot machine and having someone with a microphone standing there calling the game for you as you push buttons.
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