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GoldenReels Casino Accused of Hosting Counterfeit Games

In the world of gambling, there are many faults and vices, but one of the biggest crimes is to try to fool the system. Luckily, Affiliate Guard Dog is always watching and always sniffing for clues to locate all these rascals. GoldenReels Casino was always on the verge of being investigated but in all honesty, Affiliate Guard Dog didn’t have enough evidence to bother with it.

It was GoldenReels who dug a hole then fell in it.

On August 16th, the casino representative opened up a thread at Affiliate Guard Dog, probably trying to promote their venue and to paint a picture of upstanding establishment. They were sloppy though.

Turned out, they listed brands of game producers on their site as being available in Australia and New Zealand, but one forum user noted that none of these were available in this part of the world.

Despite the inspirational monologue about “the grandeur” of their casino, the casino representative was actually caught lying. Several users immediately raised concern because Casino was illegally promoting games by NetEnt, Novomatic, Yggdrasil, Microgaming, Play’n’GO and others.

After seeing this malpractice in action, Internet news portal LCB launched its investigation and started publishing evidence about their misdeeds. Now Affiliate Guard Dog’s attentions is aimed towards the casino too. Although the casino is still in function, users are advised to take care while dealing with it.

Source: https://lcb.org/news/a-harsh-act-of-piracy-goldenreels-casino-caught-hosting-counterfeit-games-by-multiple-developers

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Aleksandar Krstic

Aleksandar Krstic

A bachelor of journalism, he spent most of the time of his ongoing career as a custom content creator. Experienced in reporting and information gathering, after finishing his contract in a local news agency, Aleksandar began writing for clients outside his native country. Fluent in English, he wrote various types of content, his work ranging from affiliate articles to news reports and creative stories. Aleksandar spent most of his time writing extensively on a myriad of topics, including history, science, technology, esports, culture (both traditional and modern) and arts.

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