Play Azart Review

Bogus License Seal

By Jess Plowden Sep 15, 2021

Casinomeister's Verdict

What kind of stupid name is this? Play Azart? Somebody was sniffing glue at the board meeting. Fake license – fake ethic. The verdict – “guilty” – rogue casino.

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First Impression

Play Azart is displaying the old LGA (Lotteries and Gaming Authority) seal with a link to the old LGA homepage. Unbeknownst to Play Azart, the LGA rebranded to the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority) in January 2015.

If they were a Malta license holder, chances are they might have been aware of this.

In any case, the MGA has made the situation quite clear by including Play Azart on their list of Unauthorised URLs where it states: “Any reference to the MGA and/or gaming licence/s said to be issued by the Maltese Authority, as stated on these domains is false and misleading.”

Pros

  • Silvery metal design theme should appeal to Tron fans

Cons

  • Displaying a fake license seal

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Casino Facts

AccreditedNo
Is this casino certifiedNo
Payout time24 hrs
Reverse time24 hrs
Weekend payoutsNo
Locks withdrawalsNo
Jess Plowden

Jess Plowden

Ms. Plowden started working online in the early days of the internet cleaning the tubes and training the cats, then spent 20 years in web design. Jumping at the chance to work at Casinomeister back in 2014, she has been a happy indentured servant behind the scenes ever since.
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