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What you ought to do when looking for casinos to play at
You have no shortage of options when it comes to choosing where to play. There are, however, a few things you ought to do and consider, before signing up to any casino you find online.
Yes, you do have alternatives if it turns out your last registration was a miss. Yet, having them don’t do you any good when:
- Your account gets closed with no warning in advance
- You try withdrawing winnings but can't, due to amount restrictions
- The casino customer support representatives are slow at responding
- The casino doesn’t respond to your attempts at contacting them, at all
- Your funds gets confiscated and the reason for it is vague
I could go on, and on, and on. Let’s not. Here’s a few pointers on what you ought to do - as a bare minimum - to ensure that wherever you decide to play and part with your own cash (and hopefully win some too) is a good choice.
Read online casino reviews (and forum threads)
If you read an online casino review, concentrate on the facts and pay no attention to the wording. I don’t give a rat’s a*** If a casino is pretty to look at. Do you?
You’ll find all of our reviews here.. A review should answer most of the questions you have about a casino. If it doesn’t, you’re more than welcome to ask in our forums by starting a thread here. PS: Some casinos have dedicated help threads.
Check if it’s licensed
Different online casinos have different regulatory bodies whom they answer to in terms of license requirements and regulations. Some don’t. At all.
**Well known and serious regulatory bodies include: **
- MGA (The Malta Gaming Authority)
- UKGC (UK Gambling Commission)
- SGA (Swedish Gambling Authority)
- DGA (Danish Gambling Authority)
Use common sense
I care about whether or not my personal details and money are safe, that I get my winnings when I request a withdrawal, that the casino is regulated, that there is responsive customer support, and that I have access to responsible gambling settings, before everything else.
Then, I focus on “what’s in it for me?” Is the bonus offer any good? Do they have games from the providers that I like? Ok, great. So far, so good. I sign up, but.. Wait, turns out they don’t support the only payment method I use for online gambling, or maybe I can’t even get a bonus because I made a deposit using an e-wallet such as Neteller or Skrill.
Warning signs to look out for
There’s a few warning signs to look out for that should trigger bells tolling in your head, making you pay attention.
- Low withdrawal limits
- Curacao license
- Not able to try games without creating account / logging in first
- No easy / clear way of setting deposit limits or other responsible gambling-tools.
- Generally little to no tools to assist you with Responsible Gambling
- Outspoken withdrawal pending time
- Openly allowing VPNs
- Being able to play with real money with no personal details added to account
Low withdrawal limits: This implies that the casino struggles with cash flow. Imagine you win a jackpot in the millions, only to discover you can’t withdraw more than €/$500 per week.
Curacao license: A warning sign, but not necessarily bad. Always do your research on casinos that are on a Curacao license. Words travel fast when they’re bad.
Not able to try games without creating account / logging in first: This isn’t - again - a guarantee that the casino is bad, but historically some bad apples have used this tactic to hide that they’re using pirated games.
No easy way of setting deposit limits or other RG tools: Responsible gambling is a serious topic on all legitimate and serious online casinos. If the casino doesn’t make it easy (or doesn’t at all) for you to set limits on deposits, sessions, and allow self-exclusion, then steer away.
Outspoken withdrawal pending time: Putting it in writing that they won’t start to process your withdrawal before e.g. 48 hours is a huge, red flag. It’s a tactic used to stall, where the aim is that you cancel your withdrawal(s) and lose your money back to the casino.
Openly allowing VPNs: If a casino isn’t allowed to market towards, or offer their service in a specific region or different countries, there’s a reason for that. It’s clearly stated in the terms and conditions of every serious (and bad ones too) casino there is. Openly allowing VPNs allows you to circumvent this, and it can at any time be used against you to lock your account and seize your funds.
Being able to play with real money with no personal details added to account: If the casino doesn’t know who you are, but gladly take your money, do you think you’ll get it back? Also, any casino not complying with Know Your Customer-practices are the same ones that go down due to anti-money laundering and terrorist funding-laws.
Since 20217, mobile devices have consistently accounted for just above 50% of the world’s internet traffic (excluding tablets) according to statista.com - and keeps increasing.
Casinos no longer separate between a desktop- and a mobile product, rather they focus on streamlining the user experience so that players can enjoy them regardless of device. The only key difference between these is that desktop users have more space versus a mobile or tablet screen.
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