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A company representative from Liberty Slots has taken to internet message boards to address punters who were recently spammed by the new site.
Dylan Mandrake, who identified himself as a Liberty Slots company representative, said that the casino is utilizing a new gambling software suite called "Wager Gaming Technology" which was acquired from Vegas Technology.
"We (Liberty Slots) are not the owners of the software, but a licensee just like an MGS, Playtech, or RTG licensee would be. We are in no way related to, affiliated with, or in communication with any of the former software owners casino brands," Mandrake wrote on a message board.
Speaking about Liberty Slots' uncanny similarity to English Harbour, a casino that recently shut its doors to new players, Mandrake stated: "In regards to the (website) similarities - we are a new group and felt that using a site template would assist in software recognition amongst players. The music in the casino client was provided by the software company."
Mnadrake also wrote about how Liberty Slot emails ended up spamming punters, blaming a third party marketing partner. "We did not purchase the lists or have them in our possession, we simply used a partner to market to a target group," Mandrake stated.
The name of the company responsible for sending the spam message was withheld, and no answers have been given as to how a new casino operator was given detailed player information with permission.