Massive win on Roobet (mystery museum - $11,000)

Mathias2k5

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Well folks today was my day for gambling. Won my largest hit ever on roobet playing the game mystery museum. $1 stake.



I was playing with Etherium on a VPN. Cash out took 2 minutes. The slots are a little bit lower RTP on roobet (94% RTP generally) , I think Stake is better (96% RTP generally dependent on provider).
 

incrediblestuff

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Yeah, great for you, hope it's real and you get paid - but i am seeing a bit too many 'Roobet' wins suddenly posted here and there...checked them out casually, and at a glance their streamers and big win 'portfolio' seems like a shilly, dodgy campaign, and reeks of a big moneygrab to me, but maybe i'm too cynical, eh?
 

sapit222

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It has a Curacao license and lots of bad reviews, so should probably find somewhere else to play. :rolleyes:
 

Mathias2k5

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I got paid out almost instantly in etherium. Never had an issue with withdrawals from the site. Don’t play there often because they have lower RTP on most of their providers. I understand not wanting to play there though lol. Being in the US my options are limited so I take what I can get haha
 

cheetahwind

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There actually not very US friendly at all, but as long as you don't say your from the US while playing there they will turn a blind eye. Yet just like with Stake, once you even admit on there chat that your from the US they will automatically KYC you and ban your account. Be forewarned lots of American streamers have lost there accounts this way.
I do like Roobet as they do pay instantly I will agree with that, yet I also feel there loyalty program is still lacking horribly. Especially when the coupons issues are for like $0.15. Common Roo, guy deposits a few thousand and you can only afford to give me $0.15?
 

Mathias2k5

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There actually not very US friendly at all, but as long as you don't say your from the US while playing there they will turn a blind eye. Yet just like with Stake, once you even admit on there chat that your from the US they will automatically KYC you and ban your account. Be forewarned lots of American streamers have lost there accounts this way.
I do like Roobet as they do pay instantly I will agree with that, yet I also feel there loyalty program is still lacking horribly. Especially when the coupons issues are for like $0.15. Common Roo, guy deposits a few thousand and you can only afford to give me $0.15?
Yeah, I can see that about mentioning the US location. Isn't there spokesperson streamer located in the USA? That tool of a bag xposed? Lol
 

incrediblestuff

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Digging up this 'ole thread searching for my 'called it' moment of glory :D

Luckily i've seen a few decently sized Youtubers and some independant articles pop up here and there of late, going after the Fake Money streamer scene, their Shady Casinos and no doubt soon enough also providers, this one was short and fairly to the point:



Regardless if this guy is making the series for some clout, the point is that a good bunch of his 700K followers will see it, and hopefully spread the word of doubt, at the very least!

The same thing is currently going on in cracking down on 'fake' Twitch, Youtube and Facebook gaming streamers, mostly in the FPS genre, which so often have been blatantly cheating (at least to anyone with decent skills and exp. in said games) but it was almost never provable, unless one of them had a hack that was shared with the game dev's or anti cheat system, but as it has grown out into a multi million dollar business the past years, the lure for cheating is exponentially higher, when streamers just go for the green...

I have always loathed the 'git gud' attitude from the plethora of fanboys, but recently there have been a lot of fairly sized Youtubers (growing) going after them, with high motivation and seemingly many hours of work...

Feel like a small win to me..
I hope they make it punishable by law, even though it might be challenging with all the off shore online presences and conflicting TOS/laws, but if they do, i can only pray they retroactively make a BIG example out of some of these nitwits...

I'm all for freedom of enterprise, but i literally detest the way these fcks are doing it...
The worst kind of scum. Fakers just makes me nauseous

To illustrate my point: Any 'ole Faker--> :cool::machinegunner: <---Me
 
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