Online casino groups accused of stealing NetEnt content

By Priscillia Mudiaki
Online gaming information sites such as Casinomeister have placed warning on the following brands: Affpower, Conan Gaming Limited and Game Tech Group N.V. They’re accusing these online casino groups of hosting fake games stolen from provider NetEnt.

Independent research was conducted to expose the content theft. The portalmasters of Latest Casino Bonuses are one group that have listed several disparities in the games that indicate the fraud.

Users with a sharp eye would probably notice that in the pirated casino portals, the network jackpot is lower than it should be. Casino portal online Casino Reviewer has also stressed the alleged pirated use of games via a video blog uploaded onto Youtube.

The exposure of these pirated games is aimed at protecting the players as well as the industry’s reputation.

In order to clear up the issue as quickly as possible, both NetEnt and the licensing jurisdiction for the operators concerned, Curacao, have been informed and are investigating the matter.


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