wagerworks

loul

Dormant account
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hum yes ,i played at worldwidevegas(i saw the banner at 2+2).
My experience here was not very good,they process your cashin one time per week (monday i think) and you must read the T&C for the deposit bonus because i don't understand all.In fact you bonus is release when you have played a x amont of $ but it always stay in your bonus account..; :confused: ;so you must cashout your money when you have finish your requirement and it's only after the casino say yes or not to give you your bonus ! :confused: not lucky for me they get me just my deposit+ winning but no bonus :confused: very strange this system .
 

padanian

Experienced Member
I was curious about this software because it is used by the only Irish-owned casino on the net (to my knowledge) which is run by the bookie Paddy Power. I think I'll try to play a few rounds there...
 

Simmo!

Moderator
Staff member
padanian said:
...Paddy Power...
Good reputation (great name too!) - i'd have thought you could trust them Pad. Hopefully they'll think the House Edge is a building on a cliff-top too ;)

(PS...not meaning to be offensive guv, honest. Just can't resist these things and besides, you're Italian if i remember right!?)
 

spearmaster

RIP Ted
worldwidevegas is not powered by WagerWorks - it's powered by Dot Com Entertainment Group.

WagerWorks is extremely reliable software which used to power casinos like Hard Rock Cafe and the MGM site. It also has the only licensed games that you will actually see in land-based casinos (ie. The Price is Right & Jeopardy) as well as other IGT games.

I haven't checked out Paddy Power yet but if it is powered by WagerWorks you have absolutely zero to worry about.
 

GrandMaster

Ueber Meister
CAG
The bonus system is quite weird. Some give a sticky bonus, but some others, like betatthecasino say that the bonus can only be withdrawn as part of a winning wager. This means that if you have both real money and bonus money in your account and you make a bet, if you lose, you lose real money and your bonus balance stays the same, but if you win, your stake is deducted from your bonus money, and you get paid your winnings in real money. For example, if you bet the amount of your bonus on an even money bet and win, then your whole balance becomes withdrawable, this is quite different from a sticky bonus.
 

Vesuvio

Dormant account
GrandMaster said:
The bonus system is quite weird. Some give a sticky bonus, but some others, like betatthecasino say that the bonus can only be withdrawn as part of a winning wager. This means that if you have both real money and bonus money in your account and you make a bet, if you lose, you lose real money and your bonus balance stays the same, but if you win, your stake is deducted from your bonus money, and you get paid your winnings in real money. For example, if you bet the amount of your bonus on an even money bet and win, then your whole balance becomes withdrawable, this is quite different from a sticky bonus.
All the Wagerworks casinos have a term saying something like 'the bonus is non-withdrawable'. Strange wording, as all it means is you have to wager the bonus amount once before withdrawing - it's not really sticky at all.

I think that's what GrandMaster wrote, but it's late and the post made my head spin! :D
 
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