Blockchain proof that AyeZee is fake gambling. Casinos are straight up sending him money.

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I'm not sure how familiar you guys are with the live streaming space but this is how I main got in to gambling. This guy is hot new thing and calls himself "The most rewarding streamer" and also the most "transparent" one. Gambles with millions of dollars every stream and says he's legit.

To "prove" that he's not gambling with fake money he publicized his crypto wallet address on his website. Checking the wallet shows that the gambling money is "real" but it also shows it's just the casino sending it to him with diversion tactics.

The debate of whether or not Twitch streamers are gambling with fake money is finally over. Before no one had actual hard proof but thanks to this clown exposing his own wallet we have it.



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Checking the wallet shows that the gambling money is "real" but it also shows it's just the casino sending it to him with diversion tactics.
Diversion tactics here apparently just means transferring the money through 1 Binance intermediary account first. He also deposited the money only half an hour after they sent him. For how much money these people are dealing with, they sure are not very bright.

Both Rollbit and AyeZee should be frowned upon for the show they're running. It's honestly embarrassing.
 

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Well, technically this video just shows how much he gets paid from the casino operator. He makes a deposit and then get paid pretty much equal amount of money. That's obivously agreed upon a marketing partnership deal. Since the brand gets the exposure mainly on YouTube, they can't pay him on performance based / commission fees. Which is the most common type of deal within online marketing these days. Apply to online shops, loan, betting, dentist, crpyto ... pretty much whatever type of businesses online.

After wagering x amount of time and money, he surely can withdraw something and that could be considered as earnings for him. That's not malicious, right?

However there are streamers who are wagering fake money and pretending it's real money game play, that's wrong and they should be exposed. Actually I find it kinda weird that now this guys is pointed out when there are others who are doing dirty business.

Anyways, all hail the transparency and fairness!!
 

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He makes a deposit and then get paid pretty much equal amount of money.
Uhhmm, wouldn't that mean that he's not "depositing" anything? Aka playing with fake money? He even lies by saying that the Ethereum is bought from Binance when it's clearly sent by the casino.

One thing is getting paid as part of a sponsorship deal but this is not that. If you "lose" $1 million and then gain $1 million half an hour later, the difference is 0. No one is risking anything = fake gambling. This is no different from playing with a fake balance or even demo slots and claim that it's real.
  • Casino sends him money
  • He "deposits" that money at the same casino
  • Returns the money by gambling it away while streaming
  • Repeat
Well, technically this video just shows how much he gets paid from the casino operator.
No, he shows what his supposed payments from the casino are on his website that i linked. If you go through each of those transactions they are sent to his tagged wallet. The payments in the video are done through Binance exchange wallets in an attempt to wash the money.
 

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Well, technically this video just shows how much he gets paid from the casino operator. He makes a deposit and then get paid pretty much equal amount of money. That's obivously agreed upon a marketing partnership deal
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AyeZee said himself that he bought this ETH while the video shows that it was sent by Rollbit. It was a blatant lie. Plus, if he deposits all his 'earnings' back into the casino, he would make 0 cent so the idea that this was his 'earnings' makes no sense. He clearly gets paid separately on top of all these funds.
 

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I suppose the argument is that even if the money is paid back, it’s still real game play; not demo mode, just the same games anyone else can play.

Anyone who thinks that all streamers playing huge bets are using only their own money is nuts. As long as the stream is entertaining, why worry?

Personally, I prefer watching people win big on realistic stakes. Whenever I see people playing on ludicrous bets, I just look at the x amount. “Wow, they’ve won a quarter of a million. Oh. It’s only 100x.”
 

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I suppose the argument is that even if the money is paid back, it’s still real game play; not demo mode, just the same games anyone else can play.
In a sense it's more real sure, because they are using real money but imagine that you walk into a casino and possess the keys to every single slot. After you gamble 100$ away you just open it up and take your $100 back. Rinse and repeat times infinity. This essentially what the casino is allowing him to do except they most likely give him the figurative $100 bill too.

This means there are no stakes and if there are no stakes its essentially just demo gameplay. That's what I meant. Would you consider demo mode as gambling? I imagine hardly anyone would.
 

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People don't watch big-money streamers to gawp at the riveting 'gameplay', they watch through the goldfish bowl as said streamer hits 'massive' wins using big stakes, because that's what every gambler aspires to do. That is, to hit the perfect streak at the highest bet size on their favourite game. That's like the missus cooking your favourite meal, putting on live football, and cupping your balls.

Anyone that tries to argue that the notion of it 'being real money is moot', and that somehow validating these absolutely unrelatable bet sizes as normal, is, well, you know, deluded or a shill
 

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People don't watch big-money streamers to gawp at the riveting 'gameplay', they watch through the goldfish bowl as said streamer hits 'massive' wins using big stakes, because that's what every gambler aspires to do. That is, to hit the perfect streak at the highest bet size on their favourite game. That's like the missus cooking your favourite meal, putting on live football, and cupping your balls.

Anyone that tries to argue that the notion of it 'being real money is moot', and that somehow validating these absolutely unrelatable bet sizes as normal, is, well, you know, deluded or a shill
Only at half-time if she's got any sense.
 

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they watch through the goldfish bowl as said streamer hits 'massive' wins using big stakes, because that's what every gambler aspires to do.
Yep, exactly. Then his unassuming audience assumes he's successfully banking these massive stakes and they'll go and sign up at that very casino themselves. Then both the streamer and his site profit while losing no money. Complete scam.
 

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Thank god. I was waiting for someone to dig deep into Ayezee and confirm by blockchain that it is a complete fraud.

Yours and my gameplay would be completely different if you where given free money to play with vs your own hard money. Thats just the immoral these streamer out today; with generating thumbs and titles such as "How i turned 1000$ into ..." on where the video is full with affiliate codes. Its just discusting the fake shit they put out on a daily basis, to a crowd who's just as dumb enough hoping to get a freebie.

But they are'nt small; the marketing budgets for these people runs into the millions a month. And that is just a fraction to what they hoard in by affiliates who are getting sacked by lower rtp's even > jeroensgambling.com/stake-and-roobet-lower-rtps - it is no secret that affiliates are the ones who PAY FOR THIS CIRCUS.

I'm so glad to see posts like this appearing up now:

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Like appearantly the reporting button works; and look at him cry now his main source of income over people who just dont understand how this grand scheme of scam works here. There's quite alot of desperate people who ruin their lives because they see people like these do 1000$ or 100k bonus buys. This was never Ayezee's money in the first place.

He was a simple streamer years ago with barely 5$ bets a spin and would cry after losing 750$ in deposits. Look at him now. He's only "mostly rewarded" because their marketing plan paid off; i.e commenting and liking video's, joining free give aways and such shit in favor of free promotion. This should be turned into a halt. The guy should be booted off these platforms simular as with the other fake, funded and useless streamers.
 

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Yep, exactly. Then his unassuming audience assumes he's successfully banking these massive stakes and they'll go and sign up at that very casino themselves. Then both the streamer and his site profit while losing no money. Complete scam.

Well thats just the idea behind streaming. There was a interview where rosh explained he used to gamble alot; and would lose alot, untill someone said to start streaming. And suddenly he's wealthy. Why? Because he has no financial loss at that point. The affiliates basicly provide him that income. And due to that they have virtually all the playground with unlimited reloads, cash and presenting fake wins all over the place.

I mean ive done 100 euro spins too; quite alot; but i wont be near to the volume they seem to poop out really and i coud'nt understand why there are unregulated casino's (lol) that provide up to 1250$ worth of spins or 125k of bonus buys. Like now it's the "trend" under all these clowns to start having or showing half mil or a mill in the bank as a balance. Yes a none withdrawable value.

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Like wtf is that. Anyone with such a balance would naturally hit the withdrawl button and never look back. But the truth is, THEY CANT!

I've seen Ayezee win like 2.5 million; he never withdrawl that amount, he just kept "making content" and from that point i just knew something was up. You know they have a deal, bullshit about transparancy. The deal always consists the financial guarantee for both casino and streamer. I hope people finally wake up to this streaming bullshit that is happening, and more important i would enjoy it seeing him and others removed from that platforms they exploit for their daily bullshit.

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Another BS streamer; some of 'm truely tend to stream for 8 hours a day 7 days a week. I mean think of the intensity it does to your psyche gambling so much and for so long. They tend to all create "viewing" traps for their followers. This world is'tn going to be a better place at all with this twitch look a like nonsense.
 

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Slot game providers are happy to see such massive wager amounts. At least someone is happy in the end !! :D

Ive read somewhere that game providers for particular streamers, do get bet reduction. Meaning the casino pays a bit less of a fee when a streamer is playing or so. So in this case pragmatic is one of these providers that does it. I mean why else are pragmatic slots often shown in such video's or live streams. Not all games are equal either in relation of populair.

Some streams are purely devoted to promotion of slots.
 

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some of 'm truely tend to stream for 8 hours a day 7 days a week. I mean think of the intensity it does to your psyche gambling so much and for so long.
Some of them really do stream with that kind of schedule but what's baffling to me that the viewers keep believing. When you're playing slots, you're mathematically going to lose in the long term. LONG TERM is the keyword here. Not only are they gambling with someone else's money but also claim that they're beating the odds.
Some streams are purely devoted to promotion of slots.
This is completely fine in my opinion. If providers want exposure on their games and their gameplay, they should pay streamers but not in this way. They need to disclose that they're gambling with sponsored money by the casino or the provider and not maliciously craft a trAnSpAREnCy persona. Obviously if people knew that they're essentially playing on demo mode much less viewers would tune in, but it's still the correct thing to do and im pretty sure what they're doing is illegal.
 

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Ive watched these "viewers" and the majority are people who are dumb enough to fall for the obvious marketing mousetraps, with retweets and stuff in exchange for something free. What many viewers dont understand, that if a given freebie bonus is spread it's usually onto the account of the player on the casino, with bonus terms (lol) which is obviously a marketed promotion for the casino.

People have no idea how much money they truely spend and get in return. A 1 million doller paid streamer on monthly basis nets these casino's up to 25 million easily a month. Perhaps now you understand where this marketing is coming from, why it's so aggresive and more important the tricks they pull to avoid issues with legislation.

A casino cant pay a streamer or player directly onto their account to promote gambling. However it is a different story when the streamer is contracted, paid a million and whatever the streamer does with that million is solely up to him, as long as their venture is being promoted. So many people still defended people like trainwreck, xposed and who more saying it's real or raw cash etc.

It's the biggest bullshit ive heard. They are each and everyone of them on the payroll of the casino. If i grant you 600k a month to promote my casino, and a contract states that 50% of that 600k at least has to flow back, then it's given money. Simple as that. And the way you play based on free vs your own money is obviously influenced as well.

And it makes all perfect sense, why these streamers start to show balances of one million here and 4 million there, i mean next month it's 7 million, and in a year 15 million. We're really getting to the point of absolute and complete bullshit anyway. The reason why you see this trend evolving is not just to show off how wealthy the streamer is with fake funds, but to attract more and more audience as much as possible. You and i agree watching a 20 pence streamer is boring. A streamer like rochnrollah is quite more entertaining obviously.

In my book; a streamer playing with given money from the casino, has zero financial risk nor loss to it. Left or right it's just trash. Ill advocate to report these channels day in day out. Cry responses like these make my day:

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You and i agree watching a 20 pence streamer is boring.
Maybe, but to me as long as they play with their own, genuine money I'll still give them my respect. There are actual young, naive people in these fake streamers' audience that would end up developing harmful gambling habits because of the fake reality they're curating.
 

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In my book; a streamer playing with given money from the casino, has zero financial risk nor loss to it. Left or right it's just trash. Ill advocate to report these channels day in day out. Cry responses like these make my day:

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This guy has the audacity to cry about it smh. How about you rename the video to $100,000 of bogus funds on Sweet Bonanza 🤣 I might not report it then.
 

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Exactly.

And thats the whole point. It's presented as a rich millionaire streamer, but in fact he's just streaming money he's bin given, by the casino in the first place. The only reason why they do it like that, is to evade issues with legislation, so i've bin told. And it makes sense. A casino cant just hand out free money to promote something that is supposed to be real. So he's contracted, and paid for his time or efforts.

Fact is, both streamer and casino, make money off the affiliates who signup. Because they are presented with far lower RTP's and really it's no secret that the majority just never reaches the levels such streamers do. Problem is: they realise this after losing quite a significant amount of money. I've seen players losing 1000, 30.000, or even 200k as here posted on this forums not so long ago.

They are all guilty of the growing problem. And it's not making things better. Basicly the intensity of gambling these days compared to 30 years ago already robs people from their lives, potential and future of you think about it. Some people are even passed their 30's yet and in serious debt already.
 

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The copyright claim thats presented on above video now, leaves a interesting remark. A full undisclosed name. Now when you take that and you hit it in google followed with malta, you'll find a company in Malta to where he's registered at.

Dig a little deeper and you'll understand that all these streamers are on the payroll for a company that basicly get streamers started. It's like a lobby seeking the best deals from casino's or providers and the stake is the streamer(s) with the amount of viewers.

I'm 99.9% confident that the presentation is all fake at this point, any streamer in malta. They are setup with housing, a streaming setup and their objective is to simply stream slots. If you seek on my own website youll find some more interesting details, but thats all ill give for now.

Their salary is basicly paid out of affiliate losses. Stake, Roobet, all do have lowered RTP's up to the 90% even, and streamers get 96.5% on avg. This misleading and fake enticement with ridiculous betsizes needs to be put to an end.
 
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