Pirated software - beware
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Warning – Warning – Warning: Casino warning. Burnbet.com is hosting fake games. They do not have a valid casino license, and they accept players from the UK. Their software platform, 2WinPower, is providing fake Novomatic games. Avoid this casino at all costs.
BurnBet – now whoever came up with that name had the right idea in mind. Burn players – with crooked software.
Burnbet.com is a clip-shot joint which claims to be licensed by our pals at Curacao’s curacao-egaming.com – which is the springboard licensing jurisdiction for other cheating software entities like the infamous Affpower Group. But alas, there is no required hyperlinked curacao-egaming logo so who knows if they are an actual licensee of that jurisdiction. It doesn’t matter – that license is about as flaccid as a wet noodle.
As far as I can tell, BurnBet has little to do with AffPower except that they host fake Novomatic games which are supplied by 2winpower (2wpower.com). Seemingly, this dubious company is touting and reselling a myriad of games to include Microgaming, Playtech, Aristocrat, RTG, and others.
Seeing the 2winpower loading screen is fair warning that you will be ripped off:
Checking out their Novomatic games, you can right click the flash image and find the location of Novomatic’s servers. Right clicking the “Book of Ra” gives gmtr3.com as the server which is not a Novomatic server.
This has been confirmed by Novomatic, that the games are fake – they are copies. So if the folks at Burnbet, or the douchbaggy 2Winpower have a problem with that, lawyer up.
About the Company:
The casino is registered as Yucatan Gaming N.V., E-Commerce Park Vredenberg in Curacao with registration number: 141882. Burnbet.com is licensed by the Government of Curacao Commission with has been granted License No. 8048/JAZ2016-074.
That sounds rather bogus to me – and I welcome the casino to correct me if I am wrong.
The casino has its head office in the United Kingdom: Yukatan Ltd, B1 Business Centre, Suite 206, Davyfield Road, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, BB1 2QY with registration number: 09989535.
This may be problematic for them since they do not have a license from the UKGC, and they take UK players. This was confirmed by one of our stellar Meister Minions who was able to sign up a real account from the UK without a problem. I had also done the same using a UK IP and a phony UK address – so I have this confirmed.
So here they are, located in the UK taking illegal bets and violating the intellectual property of a massively huge European based company. Way to go.
Taking bets from UK players without proper licensing is dangerous for UK players – there are no safeguards – no way to ensure that the betting software is fair, and that the company has been properly vetted.
In this case – it’s a worst case scenario. Don’t walk away from this casino – run!
What a bunch of losers.
But the real douchebags and losers are not just the casino operators, it is their advertisers. Here are just a few affiliates that should be named and shamed for promoting BurnBet:
thebigfreechiplist.com = has promotional affiliate links
casinofreak.com = has promotional affiliate links
nonstopbonus.com = has promotional affiliate links
casinodeals.io = has promotional affiliate links
wfcasino.com = has promotional affiliate links
darmowybonus.com = has promotional affiliate links
And yeah, there are more. This is such BS – it shows either how out of touch these affiliates are from reality – or they just don’t give a flying rat’s ass about sending their players to be fleeced by rip off scammers.
No Deposit BonusNo
AccreditedNo way in hell!
Content for the Rogue Pit
Unethical business practice
No compliance with proper game audits