Online Casino Warning: WinnerMillion Casino Caught Offering Pirated NetEnt Slots

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/24/2017

Fake games, a dubious license and predatory T&C has online casino watchdogs on high alert with a particular focus on WinnerMillion.

LatestCasinoBonuses.com says “there’s not a single redeeming quality to save them from the Warning list”.

Indeed there is much amiss here.

From LatestCasinoBonuses.com:

Take a look at the games, and you will quickly pick up something is very wrong. The first slot to come up is South Park, a title NetEnt withdrew from the market earlier in the year, but here it is somehow still available. This goes to show they have no contact with the provider, or else they'd surely be notified about discontinued products, had they obtained them in a lawful way and though a proper licensing procedure.

Further inspection of the software revealed a familiar fake domain - casinomodulle.com. We came across the same crooked source in our earlier investigations of rogue casinos, and we can say beyond a doubt that WinnerMillion is hosting pirated Net Entertainment slots.

“The term ''rogue'' seems almost too mild a word to describe the things we found in there.”

Common in all sectors of the gaming industry, software piracy is a serious crime that seems all too easy to perpetrate, the LSB website relays.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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