WagerWorks casino for Australian Player

baabaa006

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Hi All
Wondering if someone here could tell me if there is a WagerWorks casino that is available for Australian players. There games look good but all the ones I have tried don't allow players from Australia.

I have tried the following:
Virgin
Paddy Power
Blue Square
 

Simmo!

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Wagerworks casinos don't take Australian players according to someone I spoke to at WW. You could
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, but no guarantees.
 

thelawnet

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Hi All
Wondering if someone here could tell me if there is a WagerWorks casino that is available for Australian players. There games look good but all the ones I have tried don't allow players from Australia.

I have tried the following:
Virgin
Paddy Power
Blue Square

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They have some of the wagerworks slots games.
 

aka23

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Wagerworks casinos don't take Australian players according to someone I spoke to at WW. You could
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, but no guarantees.
The Orbis / WW casinos have different restrictions from the all-WW ones. For example, Mecca Games allows players from Australia (or at least it did, when I last checked).
 

Simmo!

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The Orbis / WW casinos have different restrictions from the all-WW ones. For example, Mecca Games allows players from Australia (or at least it did, when I last checked).

Ah there's some logic in that as they "licence in" games from WW rather than being "licenced to" WW. Although, my guess is that *some* of the WW games won't run as they are served from the RGS servers where the hard-coded country restrictions are placed. The games (like Cleo, Monopoly and Cluedo) which can be provided as stand-alone clients should be OK. I think Gala uses the RGS versions, while Mecca uses the stand-alones, so it may be that Aussies can't play the WW slots at Gala, but can play the 4 or 5 available at Mecca. I'm only guessing, but that would fit with my information anyway. I can pretty much guarantee that slots like Wolf Run and Cleo II won't be accessible to Australians because WW don't produce stand-alone versions.
 
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