Not enough upfront info for me to feel comfortable.
I wonder whether they're associated with CasinoVal - they have the same games from Amusi Gaming.
Well, I have been playing in free mode and so far it looks to be random to me.
How can you tell if something "looks random"?
If there are going to be any places online in the US at this time that are not affected by UIGEA and can use US banks in a normal way to accept deposits and make payouts, they will have to add some sort of non gambling item to sell.
They have to be able to say: "We are in the business of selling XYZ. In order to get customers to spend time on our site and buy lots of XYZ we provide some amusements and ways to win some money."
They did advertise on Facebook - as they are not a "real" gambling outfit. Actual gambling is disallowed on FB, although FB has expressed that they will offer gambling eventually. The casino games available there now do not offer any "winnings" at all. You get free time to play them, and you can buy additional time. But at no time will you win anything.
I realize that FB can't offer real gambling now, but they are setting the stage and personally I don't think it's a good thing. Why......because I would expect at least 25% of the demographic is under-aged. That is a whole lot of kids that will be exposed to adult vices. FB isn't allowed to advertise cigs or alcohol right? Why, because those are adult vices.
So far I found that the affiliate program is owned by Kingsbury Services Ltd. The casino may or may not be owned by the same. The contract is subject to the laws of Gibraltar, and any action must be brought in Cyprus.
In Poker you have ClubWPT that has been facing the US for some time now. It doesn't operate as a merchant (selling someting) but as a club (membership fees). It seems to be doing allright.
ClubWPT is a different animal, as they aren't selling adspace so you can gamble and they aren't calling it sweepstakes either. It's a club that has prizes, which in my view is a whole lot of different.
My bet is that we will see a lot more places like this. We just need to do due diligence....
The contract is subject to the laws of Gibraltar, and any action must be brought in Cyprus.
... Gibraltar licensing is basically "off hook" at the moment ....
I don't use FB much - but do you mean messages on your wall, or adverts down the right-hand side?I was reading in earlier posts here that FB doesn't allow casino's to advertise...then now does Inetbet do it? I "liked" them and their posts come on my wall every week.