So which casinos are actually making money?

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with all the recent casino closures, and frankly, i have wondered myself how the smaller among hundreds of casinos can compete for players, especially as i assume the software and licensing side is expensive..

as a player i would not want to play at a casino unless i am sure they are well funded.. if a big win is enough to make a noticeable dent in a casinos bottom line, theyre surely much more likely to play tactics and wriggle out of paying if they get any chance.

so i ask.. which casinos, besides the big bookies william hill, paddypower and the like are actually doing well .. either they have a large bank or probably making at least 5million euro in profit yearly? i know its pretty impossible to know as theyre mostly private companies.. but i think my post makes sense.. i just want to know which casinos are most financially secure.

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If are scared of gettting rip off if you win big, stay with the big companies when you play.
Pokerstars is one of the safes places to play (if you are scared of them not having money) because of the black friday 2011.
 

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We talking safe or deep pockets?

Accredited list here, the names I mentioned you won't go far wrong. Most have every slot going and a large selection of tables so no real need to shop around any further.
 

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We talking safe or deep pockets?

Accredited list here, the names I mentioned you won't go far wrong. Most have every slot going and a large selection of tables so no real need to shop around any further.
I do respect the accredited list, however only once a casino has been on a year or more and proves stable, we seen lately a few so called accredited casinos close.
 

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The demise of bonuses has attributed to these closures without a doubt. Why would you continue to deposit over say ten differant casinos when only a handful now offer extra value like deposit bonuses/casino races. Wheres the brand loyalty without something extra for the player.

Not purely the casinos on that decision either - the decision by the UKGC to make the bonuses taxable cant have helped either.
 

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The truth is, a sizable amount of white-label casinos and small operators are just one big winner away from closing down. It's a tough industry now, specifically those exposed to the UK market.

What annoys me the most is the constant lies and bullshit from a minority of the operators in the first place. You speak to them on Skype, sometimes face to face at affiliate conferences, and they say everything is fine or we're doing well and a week later they close down.
 

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The truth is, a sizable amount of white-label casinos and small operators are just one big winner away from closing down. It's a tough industry now, specifically those exposed to the UK market.
White -labels are something that even experienced players may not take into consideration.

It's easy to think you're in safe hands with companies such as MT Secure Trade, for example.
But they are only really responsible for two casinos, Guts and Rizk.
All the others are white-labels, financed and managed independently.
 

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The truth is, a sizable amount of white-label casinos and small operators are just one big winner away from closing down. It's a tough industry now, specifically those exposed to the UK market.

What annoys me the most is the constant lies and bullshit from a minority of the operators in the first place. You speak to them on Skype, sometimes face to face at affiliate conferences, and they say everything is fine or we're doing well and a week later they close down.
Tbh they have to do that, they are hardly going to tell you exactly how it is.
Sorry state of affairs granted, but it won’t change, especially with the Wild West of online gambling.
 
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