Casinomeister Forum Highlights – Week Commencing 16th Jan 23
By Simon Wright Jan 23, 2023
So the past week on the forum here on Casinomeister has been quite lively, with a number of topics generating a good number of responses, discourse and intrigue. So grab yourself a drink, make yourself suitably comfortable and let’s take a look at what has been piquing the interest of the community here on Casinomeister over the past seven days.
Is all as it seems with Evolution’s Live Casino Games?
New member for the forum Donkeyevo signed up to the forum in the middle of the week to allege some skulduggery and shenanigans going on with the games provided by the casino software supplier giant Evolution Gaming. With Donkeyevo alleging that “the company is getting more and more aggressive towards manipulating games.”
Some strong potentially libellous words indeed, of which Bryan himself stepped straight in to make Donkeyevo aware of the forum rules, in particular this one: “1.6 – No “Libellous” Posts: Do not make posts that could be considered libellous, defamatory, or posting merely to cause harm to another’s business. Opinions are expected, but do not attack others with accusations of criminal activity unless this has been proven in a court of law.”
The thread titled Evolution Gaming Rigged goes on for a number of pages, with several members taking part, asking questions of the original thread starter to provide proof to back up his assertion and claims. As of yet, none have been forthcoming……
Hello is it me you’re looking for?
Well if you are a fan of Lionel Richie you will no doubt be disappointed, as this is in relation to Hello Casino which is the latest online casino to achieve accredited status here on Casinomeister.
In the forum thread announcing their passing of the Baptism by Fire stage, Bryan states: “Hello Casino made it through their BBF pretty much unscathed. Newly Accredited with Ryan at the helm here – you can read the review here: Hello Casino Review. “
“You can sign up directly here Hello Casino .”
Malta based Shark 77 Ltd fined by the Dutch Regulator
It was announced this week that the Malta based operator Shark 77 Ltd, who own and operate 18Bet were fined by the Dutch regulator the KSA for accepting Dutch residents without an appropriate licence. This amounted to a near 7 figure Euro fine being handed down by the KSA.
René Jansen, chairman of the KSA commenting on the case, had this to say: “These providers can thus have an attractive effect on players and jeopardise the channeling to the legal offer. We consider this serious and highly undesirable. Dutch players deserve the good protection of providers with a license from the Gaming Authority.”
Does N1 Interactive Ltd have Rep anymore?
This thread should be of interest to any member of the forum here that likes to see the casinos that they play at have a representative they can contact on the forums at Casinomeister. With Casinomeister forum member curremon enquiring whether N1 Interactive Ltd have a rep on the forum.
The thread went on to reveal that the casino in question that curremon needed assistance with was Samosa Casino. With confusion reigning as to whether the N1 rep on the forum could indeed represent them, even though they are ultimately owned by the same group that own and operate the casinos that N1 Partners Group represents.
After four days there was still no discernible solution which led to Bryan stating: “Well – it seems that no one wants to explain anything here. N1 partners has washed their hands of this – telling us that they have nothing to do with this casino even though the N1 partner group of casinos are owned by N1 Interactive. “
“Samsoa casino is aware of this thread – but they are sitting on their hands figuring it will just go away.”
“My suggestion would be to avoid Samosa casino, cash out if possible, and patronise a casino that gives a flying rat’s ass about their players. It’s pretty obvious that Samosa casino could not care less about this.”
What details can a gaming provider provide to a casino?
An interesting topic was started by kunjuice92 who asked if gaming providers provide excel sheets to the casino regarding a players bets and wins and if so can and do they also provide ip details and system details when a bet was place?
Jan the Rep for L & L Ltd who operate All British Casino in response said: “Microgaming still does, the rest all have a backoffice, ow microgaming too not to downgrade them or so.”
Jan went on to add: “I’m also receiving excel reports from Novomatic, but thats just a summary of previous day. The problem in your case I guess is that games do not place a bet on its own, it requires human interaction.”
Well that is all for the week just gone. Feel free to add your two cents worth to the threads highlighted.