Self exclusion/casinoa

misstrouble

Girl of your nightmares
Joined
Jan 17, 2019
Location
brighton
Hi.

After reading some posts here, I wonder:
How do you know which casinos are connected?

I tried to check for some I play at but find it hard to find out.
What determines the connection?
 

L&L-Jan

Affiliate Manager for Accredited Casinos
Joined
Jun 15, 2013
Location
Malta
At the bottom of a site, there is always a logo of the regulatory bodies the casino is licensed at.
Officially these logo's need to link to the license seal.
On the license seal you can find all properties.

Kr.
 

L&L-Jan

Affiliate Manager for Accredited Casinos
Joined
Jun 15, 2013
Location
Malta
Idk what you are referring to?

One licensee can have multiple properties.

Just click on the MGA or UKGC logo - in your event only UKGC - and check the casinos listed there:

If you click on our "gambling commission" logo at the bottom of the site you hit this page:

You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.


Clear right?

Kr. Jan
 

brianmon

Ueber Meister
webby
mm4
Joined
May 22, 2013
Location
Cumbria
Idk what you are referring to?

One licensee can have multiple properties.

Just click on the MGA or UKGC logo - in your event only UKGC - and check the casinos listed there:

If you click on our "gambling commission" logo at the bottom of the site you hit this page:

You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.


Clear right?

Kr. Jan
What would happen with an inactive casino?
If someone self-excluded from, say, AllIrishCasino, years ago. Would they still be excluded from all the other active sites? Even if AllIrish didn't exist any longer
 

misstrouble

Girl of your nightmares
Joined
Jan 17, 2019
Location
brighton
Idk what you are referring to?

One licensee can have multiple properties.

Just click on the MGA or UKGC logo - in your event only UKGC - and check the casinos listed there:

If you click on our "gambling commission" logo at the bottom of the site you hit this page:

You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.


Clear right?

Kr. Jan
Let’s take for example shadowbet. If you go there there is a list with “white label” casinos? Is that also the same group? Or how does it work?
 

L&L-Jan

Affiliate Manager for Accredited Casinos
Joined
Jun 15, 2013
Location
Malta
What would happen with an inactive casino?
If someone self-excluded from, say, AllIrishCasino, years ago. Would they still be excluded from all the other active sites? Even if AllIrish didn't exist any longer

Yeah good one mate, good question! Thanks!

Inactive casinos - still check SE for customers and apply it.

But GA = Gambling addiction, thats a no go zone on our end.

Kr.
 

brianmon

Ueber Meister
webby
mm4
Joined
May 22, 2013
Location
Cumbria
Let’s take for example shadowbet. If you go there there is a list with “white label” casinos? Is that also the same group? Or how does it work?
White labels are still covered by the same license. So are 'sister' casinos to the main casinos listed.
They may not be owned or operated by the main licensee. But are covered by that one license
 

EkJR

Senior Member
MM
Joined
Feb 3, 2018
Location
Glasgow
What would happen with an inactive casino?
If someone self-excluded from, say, AllIrishCasino, years ago. Would they still be excluded from all the other active sites? Even if AllIrish didn't exist any longer

Yeah and if a casino group is bought over they should provide a list of excluded players to the new owner as well.

Hi.

After reading some posts here, I wonder:
How do you know which casinos are connected?

I tried to check for some I play at but find it hard to find out.
What determines the connection?

Are you asking generally or from a personal point? Is it UK you play?
 

Slottery

Senior Member
PABnoaccred
MM
Joined
Aug 21, 2017
Location
Malta
White labels are still covered by the same license. So are 'sister' casinos to the main casinos listed.
They may not be owned or operated by the main licensee. But are covered by that one license

Pretty much yes, in list of casinos where when clicking "Help" text next to "White Label" it's descripted shortly "A status of whitelabel means that this is a site for whom the operator provides white label services (i.e. the operator hosts the site for another company)"

Some operators are providing their license and platform to be used for WL casinos which are otherwise independent with their offers, T&C:s, offers and front end site what players see. For WL:s it's easier way to get site up and running when they don't have to build own platform and apply license, thing were confusions can appear is license connections in SE issues that some players would have no idea that SE from Shadowbet (like in example) is applied to all other listed sites like Guts, Rizk and all other WL:s.

That would be very important point for player who want not to get accidentally SE:d from many many sites that SE should be used only when you have gambling problems. After you have applied 5 years self-exclusion to one site and realize that it applies to your favorite site as well, it can't be removed under UKGC license (MGA let to do that after cool off period bu UKGC is very strict).
 

misstrouble

Girl of your nightmares
Joined
Jan 17, 2019
Location
brighton
Yeah and if a casino group is bought over they should provide a list of excluded players to the new owner as well.



Are you asking generally or from a personal point? Is it UK you play?
Generally. I’ve never self excluded but is. It just the casino’s under active? Or also white label
 
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