ATTN: Casino Rep Demo play not the same as real - GameArt slots

Sunflytoy

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By the way, I found more proof that Gammix has a connection to the people behind GameART and Mirage Corporation N.V, it turns out they have another subdomain of igp dot cloud, here, which I archived:
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- and it has the same stuff the "mt-ce" subdomain has, including leaving the "media/skins" bit open in the apache server. There's no reason for the subdomain name having Gammix in it if there wasn't a connection between Gammix and the people behind GameART and Mirage Corporation N.V.
 

Sunflytoy

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It goes with the territory - any supplier who can hoodwink a casino into presenting >100% RTP demo slots to its customers to try and gain play and turnover cannot be kosher.
Agreed, and I wish there was a list of rogue suppliers here. Speaking of "TheGameProvider dot com", which seems to be connected to all of this, vegascasino dot io, which was connected to the Coingaming Group, also used that website to run pirated games according to this:
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Reckless Bets

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I've played the "Xplosive" games (AKA Gameart) at VegasCrest and the behavior of them and bonus frequency seems to be all over the place. One game I literally could not get a bonus on after hundreds and hundreds of spins (not even 2 scatters), and then on the mobile version of the same game I was able to get bonuses very frequently. The more I learn about Gameart the more suspicious I am of their games.

Sorry for again raising this thread from the dead, but is there anything new in the way of Gameart news? It's surprising to see any provider still offering these games (especially generally respectable sites like Bitstarz).
 

lnspin

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Whats funny about them is that 95% of their games are clones of Aristocrat slots, just a name change..

Americas CardRoom started using them too in their casino section.
 
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