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What does a rogue casino look like?

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Over the last few decades there have been many legislative advances made by governments around the world when it comes to gambling, and a great example of this is with the UK Gambling Act 2005, where the UK Gambling Commission was formed. 

Rogue casinos are dangerous because they can pose a very real financial risk to gamblers operating on the platform. But here’s the thing: what do they look like? Keep reading for a background on how to spot rogue casinos or check out top titles found at Cozino. 

Rogue casinos: Common things to look out for 

Luckily because of all the legal framework in place these days it is fairly difficult for a rogue casino to masquerade as a legitimate casino for too long. There are lots of rules in place, you see, and it can be quite obvious when they are being broken. 

Take a look at some of these common things to look out for in rogue casinos: 

·        No licensing: We mentioned authorities like the UK Gambling Commission in the introduction, and other ones to know about include the Malta Gaming Authority. In the online casino world it is an immediate red flag if a casino hasn’t been licensed by one of these two, and it can be a clear sign of a rogue casino.

·        Weird selection of games: A problem that rogue casinos will face is that most top game developers such as NetEnt or Microgaming won’t really want have their slots listed on a site that cannot prove its legitimacy. As a result you might find that rogue casinos have an odd selection of games. You will also find that the developers featured are pretty unknown, and probably offer rubbish games too.

·        Bad feedback: Rogue casinos certainly won’t let anybody see bad feedback about them on their actual site, however it can be easy to find elsewhere. A quick Google search will return any bad feedback on a potential rogue casino, all you have to do is check!

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·        Clunky site design: It isn’t always the case of course, but rogue casinos often have quite clunky site designs, mainly because the people behind them don’t have as much site design budget. This can be a tell-tale sign of a rogue casino! 

Some of the things stopping rogue casinos 

Luckily for gamblers there are several things stopping rogue casinos from operating properly nowadays, as there has been a push in recent years to make the gambling industry more safe and transparent. Here are some of the thing stopping rogue casinos: 

·        Gambling authorities: There were gambling authorities in the 20th century, however after the emergence of online casino the need for them grew massively. Nowadays the two biggest gambling authorities are the UK Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority, organisations that are crucial in keeping rogue casinos at bay.·        Gamblers: Oh yes, us gamblers can stop rogue casinos too! Rogue casinos are effectively pointless if nobody plays on them, so a mass boycott by an organised group of gamblers is another thing that can stop rogue casinos in their tracks.


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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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