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15 January 2021 - 3:30pm

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Do somebody know if there are some casinos that accept VPN players?

In Romania there are just a few licenced casinos, all other casinos are blocked by the internet service provider.

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15 January 2021 - 4:51pm
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This is a tricky question. I have done it in the past however casinos usually state that using VPN isn't allowed. In those cases I have let the support know beforehand that I am using a VPN and asked if it's alright. In my case I was told that it was fine as far as they accepted my country.

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15 January 2021 - 5:53pm
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I can't imagine that most would be okay with it, but it is possible to ask when you find a spot that you are interested in playing at.

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15 January 2021 - 6:04pm
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Thank you guys! I will try to contact the support and see if there are some casinos accepting VPN.

@blck do you remember at what casino did you played using a VPN?
And can you also recommend me a VPN to use?

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15 January 2021 - 6:06pm
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For work I use Nord VPN and it's quite good. I haven't used a VPN for casinos in years so I don't recall which one was it. Anyway I would recommend to be careful with this and get a written approval (chat transcript) that support allowed it. It isn't a great situation since most casinos have it written in terms and conditions. I'm sure CL-Ed will be able to give some feedback.

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16 January 2021 - 12:24pm
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thanks again blck, your advices are really useful, I hope to find a good casino where to play and if I found one I will post here so other members in my situation can see.

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16 January 2021 - 1:45pm
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mapika wrote:

thanks again blck, your advices are really useful, I hope to find a good casino where to play and if I found one I will post here so other members in my situation can see.

Anytime and glad to hear, I've been in the same situation before after all. Good luck and be careful with this 🙂

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18 January 2021 - 12:09am
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There are not many that I can think of, at least not properly regulated and licensed ones. I think the thing you have to be careful of is that there may well be sketchy places that will let you play via a VPN, as opposed to actually stating in the T&Cs that it is ok to use one. Then you have a big win and they decide not to pay you because you're using a VPN.

One that I thought of that might be ok is CryptoSlots, which is an anonymous casino which is run by the same people that run Slotland. As they specifically do not require identification to play I would have thought a VPN would not matter to them. They have their own unique games though, so you're not going to find your favourites that you may be used to at other casinos.

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18 January 2021 - 11:30am
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Thank you Ed! I talked with the chat support and they confirmed me that they have no restrictions for VPN.
I have to be honest, at first glance, their slot games doesn't seems very attractive but I see they have some good bonuses.
I think I will try this casino but first I'm still analyzing the risks.

Thanks again and have a great day!

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19 January 2021 - 6:29am
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The best way to get away with it it to contact the casino and tell them that for the next two weeks you are going to be away on business in the location you want to use the VPN in and that you giving them the heads up before you travel so that you don't get blocked they should be fine with that I have used it a few times with no issues just make sure your VPN had a kill off switch incase of any disconnects

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25 January 2021 - 4:38am
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Always ask the team at each site, normally VPN's are against terms of alot of casinos and is made clear, always be aware before using a Vpn, i think its safer to play at a casino allowing your country.

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16 February 2021 - 12:37pm
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Thanks again Ed for your recommendation. I deposited on CryptoSlots but honestly i'm not a big fan of their games. Do you know if there are any other casino that does not require your personal data?

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16 February 2021 - 3:48pm
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I have heard that Stake doesn't require KYC for crypto, so it's very popular for players to play there using VPN (even though it's probably not explicitly "allowed"). Roobet was similar that it's popular for Americans to play there via VPN, but the issue is they have on occasion requested KYC from players for withdrawals which of course is impossible when playing via VPN since your country was restricted to begin with.

Obviously I think it's still important to not hop from country to country while playing there and be consistent with what region you're using.

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16 February 2021 - 9:16pm
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Completely agree with you. On top of that I also think that KYC checks for crypto are done when the withdrawal amounts are bigger. I could be wrong but don't think casinos care that much for your average lowroller.

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16 February 2021 - 9:21pm
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This is what I was shown when I asked someone to confirm Stake never requires KYC: https://forum.stake.com/topic/39133-question-of-deposit-withdrawal/?tab=...
Obviously I'd like something more concrete than a moderator posting on their forum, but I've never seen anything contrary to this (regarding a mandatory KYC for crypto withdrawal).

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mapika wrote:

Thanks again Ed for your recommendation. I deposited on CryptoSlots but honestly i'm not a big fan of their games. Do you know if there are any other casino that does not require your personal data?

There are, but I regard the vast majority as sketchy or untrustworthy because you're restricted to a choice of unregulated casinos that develop their own in-house games. Others like some SoftSwiss casinos won't ask for any details up front if you are depositing via crypto, but as soon as you have a big win, they will.

Any casino using recognised game suppliers are supposed to request personal data as a condition of their licenses and/or the licenses of the game suppliers that they use. For example if you find a casino running Microgaming, Net Ent, Play'n Go etc games that allows anonymous or no-KYC play, then either the games are fake or pirated, or the casino is doing something that is going to get them in a lot of trouble eventually.*

* I'm disregarding "auto-KYC" casinos like some Nordic customers have access to where all they need to supply is a bank account. While they sometimes claim to not require ID the process is still happening, it is just automatically done via the bank details.

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20 February 2021 - 1:19am
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I'd highly recommend that players dont use ANY VPN first of because a VPN is also collecting your data, so all information going through your VPN to the casino they have access to. that is a security concern for the player and should be aware of those. secondly, i would not use any VPN on any casino because your only allowed to be at your one address and VPN's in most casinos, only one per household/I.P etc

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