Casino770 becoming NetBet.com

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Hello,

I deny, because these are "conspiracy theories" that nothing have to do with the re-branding.

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Konstantinos
Listen, you may not be responsible, but someone in your business has taken a big liberty with your logo, and you know it.
A bit like getting Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' and changing the flowerheads and rebranding the painting 'Vin Gough's Roses'......
 

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Nifty loaned me his nose, and I smelled the BS a mile away. :rolleyes:
You would hardly need Nifty's nose to sniff that one out....
I could smell it with my head two feet under water and a cork up each nostril..:D
 

Andy Walker

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Hello,

it hasn't to do with SEO... casino770 is very much connected with the seo practices and is between the top 3 seo companies....many years now...

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Konstantinos
Yeah I am sure Casino770 was very much involved in search engine optimisation and sadly or positively in some ways not good for the site. I suspect the sarcasm of my post was lost there.

Standing up to a BOF to gain trust and then once a certain amount of trust is gained with perhaps the knowledge that posters here may have influence to share this trust seems a little off.

I’d explain my last sentence that would probably been better worded with “If the brand name was so trustworthy then why change the name?”
Going through the BOF and coming out relatively unscathed would surely have delighted the shareholders and board members to be proud of the brand name.

I myself would be a little sad to have done so much work to clear a name that had history, shown it to be cleared up to an extent only to find senior management do a name change that blows away the trust to people like me.

The changing of a trade name I am sure takes time and more time than the BOF did.

I wonder if xxx company wants to show it’s self as worthy of a BOF whilst we change our name to company xxx would have been a better choice?
 

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It's already a done deal, the site it up and running, and has already managed to pull off a couple of awards:rolleyes:

Look what they have to say about their license:what:

About Group NetBet

History

The Group NetBet site is a Group NetBet brand. Established in 2001, Group NetBet is a first-rate online games operator, known for its wide variety of games.
Group NetBet operates in the fields of Poker, Casino, Bingo, sports betting and arcade games at the following sites: NetBet Casino, NetBet Bingo, NetBet Sports and NetBet Vegas.

NetBet.com operates under a gaming licence as a European Union country and its activity is strictly regulated by the EEC. This licence permits the group to offer casino games and money games which conform to legislation. This ensures a regulated, transparent and secure gaming environment.

A fair and trustworthy site fair gaming

Group NetBet was certified as being honest and fair by the FairPlayers company, on the 7th of September 2006. Group NetBet guarantees a safe and honest gaming environment. A certificate testifying the effectiveness of Group NetBet's Random Number Generator (RNG) has been issued by iTechLabs. This generator has been tested according to Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) standards, whose goal is to ensure an honest and fair online gaming industry. Guaranteed virus-free.
Here's another quote, from the "Spot the Rogue" section.


Knowledge is power
Their website should be able to answer the following questions::
•Who is their software provider?

•Where are they licensed?

•What company is behind this operation?

Many casinos are proud of their software since there are some very good providers - Microgaming, Cryptologic, Playtech, Boss Media, Real Time Gaming, WagerWorks, etc. If a casino is not divulging who their software provider is - hmm - red flag. Perhaps they're hiding something.

Where are they licensed? If they claim to be licensed in Costa Rica or any other place in Central America, you can be sure that they are unlicensed - in other words, they do not have a gaming license but only a business license. Caveat - there are a number of casinos that have their servers based in Costa Rica which are reputable operations. When in doubt - check our Accredited List, or pose a question in our forum.

Beware of an overindulgence in awards - especially awards that are not hyperlinked. They could easily be faked.

The EEC do not award gaming licenses, and they don't regulate the activity, not even vaguely.

It is SPECIFIC EU countries that offer gaming licenses, and they all have one thing in common - all licensed operators must show their license on their website.

The ONLY specific mention of a country is Alderney, and this could lead players to believe that Alderney are involved in regulating the software. In fact, Alderney have nothing to do with it, all the statement means is that standards drawn up by the AGCC were used in the testing. The lack of mention of the licensing jurisdiction, coupled with the mention of the AGCC could confuse players into believing it's the AGCC that are looking after their interests.
 

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On the Casino770 site, we have this:-


Casino 770 Website is owned and operated by Cosmo Gaming Company LIMITED, 209, Marina street, Pieta PTA 9041, Malta Licence No. LGA/CL1/272/2006 issued on 21th February 2006 by the Lotteries & Gaming Authority. LGA. Poker770, Games770, Mobile770, Bet770, Bingo770 are not licensed in Malta, nor by the Lotteries & Gaming Authority LGA
But they make it clear that only casino770 is licensed by the LGA, not the other parts of the operation.

Bringing everything under the NetBet umbrella appears to also mean bailing on the LGA and having NetBet casino "not licensed in Malta, nor by the Lotteries & Gaming Authority LGA " along with all the other products.

It's odder still that BOTH Casino770 and NetBet are operating concurrently, yet it's supposed to be merely a brand change. This looks more like a transfer of players from Casino770 to an already operating NetBet, something usually seen in a sale.
 

Konstantinos

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Hi,

The site is live but it doesn't operate yet. On Tuesday it will be live and 770 will not exist

Casino770 was licensed until few months ago in Curaçao , but the last months is in Malta

Bet770 was also in Malta under a sub-license

The main software provider is iSoftbet and then IGT and Leander in jurisdictions allowed

I will provide tomorrow info about the licenses

I have spotted also some things that I wouldn't like to be on site and I want to change them tomorrow

Some were removed from the sites, but not from the landing page....

Regards,
Konstantinos
 

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Hi,

The site is live but it doesn't operate yet. On Tuesday it will be live and 770 will not exist

Casino770 was licensed until few months ago in Curaçao , but the last months is in Malta

Bet770 was also in Malta under a sub-license

The main software provider is iSoftbet and then IGT and Leander in jurisdictions allowed

I will provide tomorrow info about the licenses

I have spotted also some things that I wouldn't like to be on site and I want to change them tomorrow

Some were removed from the sites, but not from the landing page....

Regards,
Konstantinos
Konstantinos, you just don't get it do you?
 

Konstantinos

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It's Sunday evening....and I was running before a while in the rain to buy cigarettes :) :) :)

What I don't get?

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Konstantinos
 

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The fact is that IGT are usually very careful who they allow to use their software - as the accredited section states, unsatisfied complaints are rare where IGT sites are concerned.

Then again, the way this whole rebranding is being handled, it's starting to look like one big confidence trick.

A glaring display of incompetence IMO.
 

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No, it was around that time.... :) and the funny thing , as I am famous for my luck...., when I get back home, the sky became blue again.....
 

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I'm curious to know, if the netbet group of casinos/sportsbook etc have been around for several years, has their logo always been like this or is it a redesign?
 

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I'm curious to know, if the netbet group of casinos/sportsbook etc have been around for several years, has their logo always been like this or is it a redesign?
Same.

This part seems to have been skipped over. The rep listed a few pages back, all the others that have been around for a while with similar names in their group. If this is true....I don't know.....but if this is true, I can see why they would make the name similar as all the others in the group has the same name.

According to him they have been operating under these names: In France with netbetsport.fr , in Italy with netbetcasino.it and in Spain with netbet.es .
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So inetbet has been up since 1999. Does anyone know how long these others have been up? I tried reading through their pages but I only speak Texan.
 

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I'm curious to know, if the netbet group of casinos/sportsbook etc have been around for several years, has their logo always been like this or is it a redesign?
Hello,

no it wasn't as it is now....and the netbet.com wasn't live....

in Italy, France, Spain was and yes the logo is the same

Regards,
Konstantinos
 

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