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Aggregate Limit

An aggregate limit is the maximum limit (or ceiling) of payouts during a tournament or a game. 

For example, in keno, it can mean the total amount of money a casino will pay out to all the winners. This means that the players cannot win more than this amount. 

Alternatively, the term aggregate limit can mean the amount of money an online casino pays out during a certain period of time (e.g. a day or a month)

Aggregate limit:

  • The highest monetary amount a casino will pay out during a tournament or a game
  • OR the amount of money an online casino will pay out over a period of time
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