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    Default Fake Money Streams,Advertising 2.0 ?

    Hello,

    I have watch some Casino Streams on Twitch....here are some,and is funny to watch...
    But,many streamers play with Fake/Bonus money on High Bets 10-300 to attract players...

    Best example, is Roshteil...this streamer play since days on Viks Casino with Fake Money...

    https://www.twitch.tv/roshtein 2k+ specators at the same time.





    Is this now the new way to feed addicted players ?

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    Is this now the new way to feed addicted players ?
    It's actually against UKGC and ASA regulations to use fake money, but it doesn't stop many of the smaller casinos from doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scampi View Post
    It's actually against UKGC and ASA regulations to use fake money, but it doesn't stop many of the smaller casinos from doing it.
    I thought this was okay with regards to ASA regulations? Oh ****!

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    He is one of the biggest casino streamers, but such a fake. Not even good acting
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    I thought this was okay with regards to ASA regulations?
    It's false advertising, but the ASA only act when they read about something in the Guardian. That's why the streamers who play with big stakes always promote unheard of casinos, the big ones will only give deposit bonuses.

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