New UK (Max RTP) Casino

slot_zombie

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I looked at that and thought meh, then looked a couple of reviews down, saw Moon Princess 100 and nearly fainted with excitement.
 

Lincolnuk

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I'm a member a MRQ and have been for a little while. They did originally drop there rtp, But when everyone had nuked there's they Decided to go to max RTP and promote the site as one that will maintain Max rtp in return of no other loyalty program or ongoing promotion.

Also for anyone that is interested in the site i had 3 near instant ( less than 2 min ) WD Last week
 

satchnz

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Signed up at MrQ at the weekend. Got 10FS upon signing up and won a few pence at 10p per spin.

Seems like a nice site but my deposit didn’t last that long.

Was given another 20FS on Fishin’ Frenzy Megaways at 10p per spin but won absolutely nothing (not one line hit). Was given another 10FS on Big Bass Bonanza yesterday at 10p per spin and again won absolutely nothing (again not one line hit).

Not the best first impression but I’ll probably give them another go in a week or two. The site looked nice at least, and a decent game selection all at max RTP from what I could tell 😊. Obviously no experience with their withdrawal process. Maybe next time.
 

slot_zombie

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All my withdrawals have hit the bank within 30 minutes of request. I've low rolled a lot on the site, like 12 hours straight on Friday, 200 quid in front so far and no responsible gambling BS emails, documents requests or restrictions - YET.

I'm not a Mr. Q shill, and I still mostly play at the crypto casinos tbh, but this is about as good as UKGC casinos get.
 

pinnit2014

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All my withdrawals have hit the bank within 30 minutes of request. I've low rolled a lot on the site, like 12 hours straight on Friday, 200 quid in front so far and no responsible gambling BS emails, documents requests or restrictions - YET.

I'm not a Mr. Q shill, and I still mostly play at the crypto casinos tbh, but this is about as good as UKGC casinos get.
Agree - I've put probably 20k in deposits through them: that would have got about 10 bank statement requests through (L and L, cough)

The only thing i got off them was a reminder that deposit limits could be reviewed but that was it.

Even the other 96% Novibet are imposing loss limits, uplift-able upon bank statements so hopefully they dont follow suit.
 

souldragon

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The other thing about Novibet's sudden change of policy is that they didn't even email players about the new loss limits.As a result,i made a deposit which i cannot play until 1st February as i have apparently already reached my limit for the current month. To find out if you have had a loss limit imposed,you have to go into your account settings.
 

bamberfishcake

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After hearing about MR Q, I paid a visit and signed in minutes, snatched a withdrawal and got paid in minutes.

Checked Play'n GO, Pragmatic Play, Nolimit City, Hacksaw, NetEnt, Push and Thunderkick RTP and all the best versions.

Looking like a serious contender for No 1 UK casino for me.

Luckily, I've not had any shenanigans from Novibet and all their new releases are coming in at max lately so I have two casinos to play premium online slots.

Gaps in markets nearly always get filled, thankfully in this case.

Unibet offering new Iron Dog cluster game Solar Nova in 94% RTP version, Novibet have 96%, no prizes for guessing where my deposit went.
 

DreamRJ

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Thanks everyone for pointing me in the direction of MrQ - I will be using them soon. Just signed up they seem a very good casino and the site looks very nice too. Only thing I would love more is if they had a provider filter to list slots from a specific provider.

But I am happy they seem to do very fast withdraws and no wagering etc plus they have PayPal too. So ticks all my boxes, RTP does appear to be maximum too for now but I suspect eventually they too will start to reduce the RTP on all their slots as well.
 

souldragon

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Update on Novibet.When i enquired about my loss limit i received this reply;

We would like to inform you that according to UKGC guidance a loss limit of £500 has been applied to your account to ensure you are able to enjoy your activity whilst remaining safe. Please note that this specific amount has been set for all our players and may be reviewed at any time! The only thing we will need from you is to send us any of the following documents that are of convenience to you:

  • Income from Employment (i.e. wages, bonus)
An original or certified copy of a recent pay slip
Written confirmation of annual salary signed by employer
  • Property Sale
Original or certified copy of contract of sale
Written confirmation of sale signed by advocate/solicitor
  • Sale of Investments
Original or certified copy of contract note(s)
Written confirmation of sale/holding signed by accountant/broker
  • Inheritance
Original or certified copy of Will or Grant of Probate
Written confirmation of inheritance signed by advocate /solicitor/ trustee/executor
  • Company Sale
Original or certified copy of contract of sale
Written confirmation of sale signed by advocate/solicitor/ accountant
Internet research of Company Registry
  • Savings
Statement from the savings institution and enquiry of the source of wealth
  • Other
Any other document evidencing source of wealth

The good old UKGC strikes again.The £500 is a monthly limit btw.
 

bamberfishcake

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Update on Novibet.When i enquired about my loss limit i received this reply;

We would like to inform you that according to UKGC guidance a loss limit of £500 has been applied to your account to ensure you are able to enjoy your activity whilst remaining safe. Please note that this specific amount has been set for all our players and may be reviewed at any time! The only thing we will need from you is to send us any of the following documents that are of convenience to you:

  • Income from Employment (i.e. wages, bonus)
An original or certified copy of a recent pay slip
Written confirmation of annual salary signed by employer
  • Property Sale
Original or certified copy of contract of sale
Written confirmation of sale signed by advocate/solicitor
  • Sale of Investments
Original or certified copy of contract note(s)
Written confirmation of sale/holding signed by accountant/broker
  • Inheritance
Original or certified copy of Will or Grant of Probate
Written confirmation of inheritance signed by advocate /solicitor/ trustee/executor
  • Company Sale
Original or certified copy of contract of sale
Written confirmation of sale signed by advocate/solicitor/ accountant
Internet research of Company Registry
  • Savings
Statement from the savings institution and enquiry of the source of wealth
  • Other
Any other document evidencing source of wealth

The good old UKGC strikes again.The £500 is a monthly limit btw.

I wonder if you can still play up to £500 per month if you don't provide the SOW docs and, just guessing, but it's a loss limit so if you are shrewd and make frequent withdrawals to cover your deposits during play, you won't be subject to the request.

Stay in the black is the moral of the story. I suppose, when all is said and done, £500 is a heavy loss each month for the average person to suffer. In the grand scheme of responsible gaming, it's a reasonable figure. Still sucks being told what to do with your own money.
 
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Nate

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Update on Novibet.When i enquired about my loss limit i received this reply;

We would like to inform you that according to UKGC guidance a loss limit of £500 has been applied to your account to ensure you are able to enjoy your activity whilst remaining safe. Please note that this specific amount has been set for all our players and may be reviewed at any time! The only thing we will need from you is to send us any of the following documents that are of convenience to you:

  • Income from Employment (i.e. wages, bonus)
An original or certified copy of a recent pay slip
Written confirmation of annual salary signed by employer
  • Property Sale
Original or certified copy of contract of sale
Written confirmation of sale signed by advocate/solicitor
  • Sale of Investments
Original or certified copy of contract note(s)
Written confirmation of sale/holding signed by accountant/broker
  • Inheritance
Original or certified copy of Will or Grant of Probate
Written confirmation of inheritance signed by advocate /solicitor/ trustee/executor
  • Company Sale
Original or certified copy of contract of sale
Written confirmation of sale signed by advocate/solicitor/ accountant
Internet research of Company Registry
  • Savings
Statement from the savings institution and enquiry of the source of wealth
  • Other
Any other document evidencing source of wealth

The good old UKGC strikes again.The £500 is a monthly limit btw.
Wow....
 

Scott1baird

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I wonder if you can still play up to £500 per month if you don't provide the SOW docs and, just guessing, but it's a loss limit so if you are shrewd and make frequent withdrawals to cover your deposits during play, you won't be subject to the request.

Stay in the red is the moral of the story. I suppose, when all is said and done, £500 is a heavy loss each month for the average person to suffer. In the grand scheme of responsible gaming, it's a reasonable figure. Still sucks being told what to do with your own money.
They don't work like that if it's similar to the mrvegas I got hit with. I had a 100 loss limit on that and even though I was 200 up it was calculated on over all 100 loss.
 

bamberfishcake

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They don't work like that if it's similar to the mrvegas I got hit with. I had a 100 loss limit on that and even though I was 200 up it was calculated on over all 100 loss.

That's funny because I had two months with LeoVegas when I was blocked from depositing. I had a bad run, not many withdrawals and was certainly in the red. More recently, back to normal and am in the black but for sure deposited more than the previous limit that was enforced.

So, unless it's changed and they removed my limit, which I doubt, It doesn't work that way at LeoVegas. If I'm winning they let me keep playing - apart from recently when asking for ancient bank card id and have locked my account, but that's another story.
 

souldragon

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That's funny because I had two months with LeoVegas when I was blocked from depositing. I had a bad run, not many withdrawals and was certainly in the red. More recently, back to normal and am in the black but for sure deposited more than the previous limit that was enforced.

So, unless it's changed and they removed my limit, which I doubt, It doesn't work that way at LeoVegas. If I'm winning they let me keep playing - apart from recently when asking for ancient bank card id and have locked my account, but that's another story.
I am guessing it means that once you are in the red by £500 (deposits minus withdrawals) in any calendar month you can still deposit but your play would be blocked.That is what happened to me when i deposited without realising i had already hit my limit although Novibet have told me that i can withdraw that deposit even though it has not been used.They have asked me for bank statements but it is not clear if any withdrawal requests would be refused without providing the required SOW.I won't be depositing again until they confirm they are happy with my documentation.
 

bamberfishcake

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Just been hit by Novibets monthly deposit limit :)

Thing is, every time I deposit, I tend to withdraw at least my deposited amount, usually more, when I get lucky and accumulate enough in the account.

Unfortunately, the account search facility for deposits and withdrawals doesn't seem to work at all, and I cant check the actual figure. But, I am 100% in the black - I have taken more than I have deposited in the last month.

So, I am now thinking I should have not withdrawn so much and left some in for play - how does that encourage responsible gambling? For me, it is encouraging me not to withdraw.

Crazy.
 

pinnit2014

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For that reason, tho 96%, i've kissed them bye bye

More the fact i tried to have a chat/email convo re some of it and it's clear they're following a script. If that is their approach, the SOW's will follow - whether they request, like L and L, on w/d will be determined but it's certainly not a good sign.
 
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