Rogue Announcement Maxbet Slots - Stolen Novomatic games

syntynyt

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funny that they copied the name and the logo of this
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which is maltese licensed and also have land casinos on ro soil. out of ideas i think?
 

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They must be bad! They're already on URL Not Found / Outdated apparently.
What an awesome website. LOL :thumbsup:

funny that they copied the name and the logo of this
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which is maltese licensed and also have land casinos on ro soil. out of ideas i think?

It may not be a "copy" but the Romanian version of this craphole casino. Or maybe not. I'll see if I can get them to respond.

LOL - they are connected to the rogue NetHive affiliate program which is the affy program for Winner Casino Review | Rogue | Casinomeister's Rogue Pit

It's one of those Playtech casinos that apply withdrawal limits to progressive jackpots.

So there is a connection between Maxbet Slots and Winner Casino. I'd like to hear their denial.

It looks like a "Tangled Web Award" for 2018 in the making...
 
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syntynyt

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the maximum withdrawal is 20.000eur per month, nothing is said about progressive winnings in the terms.
the casino is operated from Malta, its maxbetcasino and maxbetslots obviously the other copying the logo and changed it a bit.
i remember that i played on futuriti casino which is russian powered by fake novomatics and i was paid from their no deposit at that time, it could be 2014, ive got 90 or so free spins on dolphins pearl which paid 1500x if i remember right but i could only withdraw 50eur so free money was welcomed.
 

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I can add something to this.

Back in ~2014 I looked into the Vulkan group. It was at that time I spoke to NetEnt and confirmed that they were running fake games. While searching through all the casinos that were listed in the Welcome Partners group we came across 3 casinos - Ice, Crystal and Max - that shared a license with a site called Neoplay. Neoplay's web design was effectively identical to Winner Casino.

You can see the license page for this group here:

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And an old screenshot of their web design here:

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At the time I first noticed this Neoplay were listing their ownership as "Brivio Limited" while Winner was listing their ownership as "Brivio Zirconium Gaming Limited". They both changed their ownership details after that. At the time I felt the highly similar web designs and the very similar company names to suggest that there was some relationship between Winner and Neoplay and as such the Vulkan group. More recently I'd come to think that this may just have been a case of Neoplay engaging in a bit of parasitical branding. That a Vulkan associated operator is directing affiliates to NetHive - Winner's aff program - makes me completely reassess that conclusion. That's a second link between the Vulkan group and Winner......

TP
 

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Oh, it's a tangled web we weave...

NetHive
Winners.com
Neoplay
Vulkan
Maxbet

Who else is going to be added to this list of morally corrupt unethical rogues??
 
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