turnkey casino???new member

jetset

RIP Brian
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Feb 22, 2001
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These are cheapie deals and you know what they say about paying peanuts....recommend you do more research in the archives here and at WOL; maybe Google also.
 

dominique

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Jul 5, 2003
Location
The Boonies
You can also go to startcasino.com .

As a rule, turnkey or white label casinos are a bad choice, with few exceptions.

And those exceptions - if you are not schooled in internet marketing you will lose your money if you invest any, or just not make a penny with freebies.

Even without running a backend or support system, there is a ton to learn before you start.
 

AussieDave

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Dec 24, 2005
Location
Australia
As a rule, turnkey or white label casinos are a bad choice, with few exceptions.

And those exceptions - if you are not schooled in internet marketing you will lose your money if you invest any, or just not make a penny with freebies.

Even without running a backend or support system, there is a ton to learn before you start.

I agree :thumbsup:

In part 99% of these "we'll set you up with your own casino places" use out of date software that you'd be going to get blind freddy to join. Not only that most of their promotional (sell) data is out of date too.

It's not the early days anymore and the casino industry is not an instant cash cow as most of these sites would have you believe.

With the state of affairs right now & the fact your in the USA, I'd be personally tossing this idea out the window and I'd be looking at something else.

As they say "you've missed the boat sunshine" :D
 

casino employee

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Nov 15, 2004
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not available
Ace, reputation is everything in this industry: if you use software that doesn't have an existing good name - or identity at all - even a well run operation will look suspect.

The software you use is really your bread and butter - it determines how you do your marketing and how you'll make your money. Like the others have said, there are no short-cuts at this stage of starting the business.

And the initial investments are high: at least correct to a few years ago major software providers - when they still accepted new operators - were usually requiring at least $100k set aside for player winnings, liquidity, etc.

This is a much more expensive business than it looks on paper.
Good luck getting started!
 

Simmo!

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Staff member
Joined
May 29, 2004
Location
England
As a player, there's something about the whole white label concept that leaves me cold. I can't pin it down to any one thing...it just "feels" wrong. It's probably because I like to know who's getting my money and many of these sites hide that or front outfits I've never dealt with before. Sorry - just thinking aloud - it's been a long day :)

I've always liked the idea of owning an online casino though. It's just that to do it properly is way too much work and responsibility so I've opted out :D
 

tennis_balls

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Joined
Mar 18, 2006
Location
Albuquerque, NM
i have a mini-casino in my garage, but I'm afraid of getting turned in so I only allow neighborhood children to play there and i'm strict with the 3 a.m. curfew so they get some sleep before school.
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
Joined
Mar 10, 2005
Location
Pennsylvania
i have a mini-casino in my garage, but I'm afraid of getting turned in so I only allow neighborhood children to play there and i'm strict with the 3 a.m. curfew so they get some sleep before school.

Cool, I have a bar in mine. Maybe we should get together and consolidate? :D
 
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