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2 May 2016 - 2:03am

Promoting betcentric

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Hi guys, I was offered a job today to promote BetCentric which got it's license from Ace Gaming. I looked up ace gaming here and it seems like there is little to no protection against hackers and player's information could be compromised at any time. I feel like I should call it off and stuff but I really want a job. However, I would really want to know if anyone of you know if this casino is rogue or not. I will definitely not work here if they do not pay it's players (it's registered in Costa Rica so I am a bit iffy on this)

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2 May 2016 - 4:39am
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I don't know if you can pin that security issue at Punchbets on Ace Gaming. That sort of thing should be the responsibility of the website operator rather than their game supplier (unless of course Ace Gaming was supplying the whole thing). Having said that, I checked BetCentric and they allow unencrypted logins and registration too so maybe Ace is responsible for the whole platform. Though the site looks almost completely non-functional with no games listed and many of the links going nowhere. Is it even open for business?

The truth is we know very little about Ace Gaming because they don't reveal anything about themselves in public. That in itself is quite odd as usually the game developers want to publicise who they are are what they do to attract customers. In fact the website we have on record for them is now a parked domain page which makes it look as if they aren't even in business any more. On the other hand there is this similarly named consultancy in the same industry so maybe we have the two confused?

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2 May 2016 - 5:27am
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Ahh, they changed their website to ace23.ag, probably a piece of useful update.

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3 May 2016 - 1:42am
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Aha and thanks. I would never have found that on my own. I think I can see why they are trying to stay low profile though, as they are specialising in sportsbooks that target American customers.

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3 May 2016 - 2:23pm
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I don't know much about it but being a gambler myself I wouldn't want to work for someone who doesn't pay to players. Having that said, if I desperately needed a job, I probably would take it.

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4 May 2016 - 3:14am
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What that email did give me is funny though, let me copy it for you guys:

..snip..

They Just went on and on with how they hedge bets and find the best odds so they're at a profit no matter which team wins Tongue

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4 May 2016 - 7:55am
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Sorry I cut that email out. I don't think that necessarily posting it was a good idea as it has business specific stuff and financial info that I am sure they would not be happy to see posted in public.

As far as the hedging goes, that is pretty much exactly how all bookmakers operate (albeit in different ways). The larger ones hedge within their own customer base by adjusting the odds as bets are placed so that they attract bets on either side of the outcome so that they make money no matter the result. Smaller bookies do what these guys do and basically bet against their customers with other bookmakers, again so that they make money no matter what happens. They all make money on the margins, which is also known as the "juice" or "vig".

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9 May 2016 - 1:42am
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Anyways if you do decide to work for them, wish you good luck there. Maybe it would work out fine. Smile

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