Reputation can be everything in an industry such as iGaming, where there is money involved and the trust is fundamental. Therefore, when you see games from suppliers in online jurisdictions that cannot have them, doubts immediately arise. This is the case of the Novomatic slot machines offered by Spinamba Casino, the site with a Curacao license.
The situation recalls reminds the famous phrase attributed to Cesar to divorce his wife after the scandal of Bona Dea, according to which
“The wife of Caesar should not only be honest, but look like it.”
“My wife should not even be under suspicion.” It is the same case of an online casino that should not seem suspicious of committing irregularities.
The lcb.org site discovered that the Curacao online casino uses Novomatic games, which suggests that it is using fake Novomatic games, something Spinamba Casino has not denied yet.
According to the public information available, the Caribbean casino has a CIL sub-license (5536 / JAZ), issued in Curaçao but, interestingly, the casino website does not have a license seal, which is what actually certifies that the casino has a license for that jurisdiction.
Spinamba Casino offers on its website various table games and live games from recognized providers, also online slots and online betting houses which are available for mobile devices and desktop platforms.
The Spinamba Terms and Conditions (T&C), which have been in effect since 2017, are quite similar to those of other gaming websites. It also has other usual details in the management of players, covering customer accounts, withdrawal limits, KYC procedures, as well as deposit methods, the period of inactivation, the list of games for active bonuses, among other details.
However, there are two highlights of this online casino. One is that it does not accept players from the United States and the other that
“the Company is not responsible for the content of the resources that can be found on the Game Club Site.”
In relation to the limitation of responsibilities, the Terms and Conditions allow the casino to free itself from any conceivable guarantee, as well as guarantees and losses incurred by the players.
In addition, customers are
“obliged to compensate all costs or expenses in full, including judicial executions, as well as any other costs […] to recover damages, defend the interests of the Company, its partners that are not brands and their respective companies, as well as their officers, directors, relevant employees of any claim, demand, liability, damages, losses, costs and expenses.”
Of course, these arbitrary T&C are nothing new these days.
It is known that
“online casinos that have a Curacao license are not authorized to offer (to anyone) Novomatic software,” all of which indicates that something is wrong.
“The Novomatic slot machines offered by Spinamba Casino with the Curacao license raise a question.”
An attempt has been made to seek a comment about Spinamba Casino but the representatives of the site do not respond.
On the other hand, the domain where Novomatic games are hosted in the island’s casino is not official of Novomatic / Greentube. A more careful observation made by engineers to the slot of the Book of Ra, discovered that this content is hosted in the domain infingame.com.
Another obvious detail is that the Help button that comes with Novomatic games does not appear in the user interface. By the way, only Novomatic games are the ones that present problems. So not only does the Curaçao license of this provider generate suspicions, but also the user interface and the hosting server.
The other Spinamba Casino games do not seem to have any problems and although the T&C are arbitrary, the site is entitled to place those that it deems most convenient to their interests.
There are therefore reasons to believe that the Novomatic games offered by Spinamba Casino are fake. A serious operator cannot build its operations base on a fraudulent activity, because players can begin to distrust and be affected the reputation of the site that for the purpose is the most invaluable capital of a company.