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Bovada - Pulled slot games with progressive jackpots from inventory - Shady?

Discussion in 'Casino Complaints - Non-Bonus Issues' started by jt2oux, Aug 20, 2016.

    Aug 20, 2016
  1. jt2oux

    jt2oux Newbie member

    Occupation:
    IT consultant
    Location:
    Denver, Colorado
    I'm really questioning bovada's business practices lately. After the betsoft sham/scam, lack of communication and accountability to it players, etc.

    Bovada recently retired their (client side) casino application on August 11th while promoting their web based (browser based) games as the exclusive game delivery method. Well, that's all fine and dandy but how many players noticed that some of the progressive slot games offered via the casino application are not available to play via their web game catalog? So, in other words, the 11th came and went with bovada quietly walking away with several thousand dollars worth of progressive jackpots unaccounted for. Whats up with that? I smell a potential exit scam brewing here.

    I can confirm at least one of the slot games swept under the rug along with its progressive jackpot that I've been trying to win for some time now.

    "The Shark" with a Jackpot of approx $44k.

    I know there are others, at least a handful. If anyone knows of others please post so we can get an idea of the lump sum taken from the players. Shady shady shady! I think players need to know about this, especially with the Bovada's solid reputable past. Looks like those days are gone. Players Beware!
     
  2. Aug 23, 2016
  3. labeled

    labeled Senior Member

    Occupation:
    na
    Location:
    Land of the "free"
    My cell is dead or I'd do this myself, but check their mobile site to see if those games are still available. I noticed not long ago that Enchanted Garden and Honey To The Bee aren't available on the web casino, but are playable on the mobile site. (Which is annoying as hell, as Honey is a "friendly" slot for me.)
     
  4. Aug 24, 2016
  5. jt2oux

    jt2oux Newbie member

    Occupation:
    IT consultant
    Location:
    Denver, Colorado
    not on web or mobile version

    No, these are not available on web or mobile versions of the casino games. Another big one I just realized vanished is "midlife crisis" which has a progressive of over $2 million.

    There seems to be little interest from the casino community about this though so perhaps this sort of behavior by the casino's is normal.
     
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