The Casinomeister Awards for the online casino industry have been posted for the year 2005 at Casinomeister.com (http://www.casinomeister.com). These anticipated awards are held by many to be some of the most important and prestigious awards given to online gaming companies.
32Red Casino took the honors for the third year in a row for "Best Casino of 2005." Bryan Bailey, owner operator of Casinomeister states: To put it simply, this casino has class…in this business, trust and reputation are everything - without this, you have nothing. 32Red's CEO Ed Ware has a high profile and is very personable with his players. His honesty and modesty are noteworthy when it comes to answering players' questions and handling whatever issues they may have. 32Red casino is a prime example of a casino that gives this industry credence, and their formula is simple: treat your players better than you would expect yourself to be treated.
Trident Entertainment Group was awarded the "Best Casino Group Award." Bailey states: Trident Group takes this award hands down. This casino group has the best run casinos in cyberland. The customer service shines above their peers, and up and beyond this - this group has one of the most experienced operators in the business - who will personally ensure that every one of her customer's needs are met. This woman is amazing.
Intercasino received Casinomeister's "Humanitarian" award for the year. "Intercasino deserves a hearty round of applause for stepping up to the plate and donating $111,000 to Unicef's Children's relief fund for the tsunami tragedy." Besides Intercasino, a number of other online gaming groups are listed as participating in making large donations to relief efforts.
But the awards are not all praise. There are the "worst" of the year awards as well. Windows Casino received the award for the worst casino group: "Windows Casino Group is probably one of the last "cowboy mentality" casinos out there…
This casino group feels that players are impressed with hyperbole and fancy awards. For years, they have embellished themselves with awards and patted themselves on the back with "approval" from fake watchdog sites…these were tactics from a by-gone era: attempt to instill player trust with deceit.
iGlobalMedia received a "Head in the Sand Award" for 2005: "High fives all around to iGlobalMedia which has gone nearly a full year without addressing serious software issues." Since December of 2004, screen shots of software glitches have been presented to iGlobalMedia, but they have never been really fully explained.
Other awards include Best Software Supplier, Worst Software Supplier, Best Player Experience, Biggest Disappointment of 2005, Stupid Casino Tricks, and finally the "Evil Player Award" for blatant player fraud.
About Casinomeister: Casinomeister.com is the online casino watchdog covering online casinos and poker rooms. It is one of the oldest online casino information sites, and has been reporting on casino related issues since 1998. Bryan Bailey - owner operator - acts as mediator and consultant for players and operators alike. He appears at most industry conferences, and is considered by many to be one of the most influential people in the online casino industry.
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