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7 November 2009 - 4:26pm

Which Company Powers Your Favourite Online Casino?

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Online casinos are powered by various companies such as Microgaming, Real Time Gaming (RTG), Cryptologic, Rival...etc..
Which one of these companies powers your favourite online casino? why?

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9 November 2009 - 1:34am
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Intercasino is probably my favourite - i think they use cryptologic. probably because when i first started playing there i had a decent win!! (and they paid me quickly which is nice). they dont have the same number of games as the microgaming casinos but i find there are too many to choose from there anyway Smile I have also tried some rtg slots and enjoyed them but never really won big ... yet!!! (haha)

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9 November 2009 - 2:29am
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i still haven't had a chance to play at Intercasino. I remember briefly playing a free $10 code to try out some games. I think I've grown accustomed to microgaming and i like that there is such a variety of games. However I have to admit RTG casinos have been where I cashed out my biggest payouts - mostly playing keno.

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9 November 2009 - 6:06am
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Well I've seen more casinos than I care to remember but my current favourite software is ... Net Entertainment. I like them because they use flash so there is no download and installation (you wouldn't believe how many casinos I have installed and uninstalled in my time), the graphics are sweet, and I can play them all on a mac. You can even check a whole heap of them out in our free casino games section.

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9 November 2009 - 7:21am
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CL-Ed wrote:

Well I've seen more casinos than I care to remember but my current favourite software is ... Net Entertainment. I like them because they use flash so there is no download and installation (you wouldn't believe how many casinos I have installed and uninstalled in my time), the graphics are sweet, and I can play them all on a mac. You can even check a whole heap of them out in our free casino games section.

Do Net Entertainment casinos accept Canadian players? what kind of experience did you have cashing out? was it quick or did it take weeks? One of the key reasons I like GoWild is its fast cash program - recently i've been upgraded to having my withdrawal requests processed within 6 hrs.

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10 November 2009 - 12:15am
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They vary on whether they accept Canadians. For example, Tower casino don't (they are the ones who supply our free games). However, the Betsson group (also includes Casino Euro and Cherry Casino) is also a good choice - our records indicate they do accept Canadians so it might be worth checking them out. I have found Betsson processes cash-outs within 24 hours to Neteller (usually only a couple of hours).

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10 November 2009 - 1:29pm
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Only problem with Neteller is that they no longer provide service to Canadians.

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10 November 2009 - 11:46pm
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Yeah it's the only one I have used there - I am sure the withdrawal times on other e-wallets are comparable.

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11 November 2009 - 3:54pm
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MoneyBookers is available as a payment/withdrawal method for Net Entertainment casinos.

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