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Bovada and Slots.lv Drop BetSoft Progressive Games

Late last week we posted a story regarding an investigation into betting software designer BetSoft Gaming, noting that it appears their jackpots are rigged against players, and cost a player a huge six-figure win. Today, we can report that major betting sites Bovada and Slots.lv have dropped the developer's progressive games, no doubt as a result of our investigation.

We revealed that a large number of BetSoft Games appear to have their games locked, and thus unable to be won by punters. Adding to the shady side of BetSoft's slots is the tale of Jason, who recently landed five yacht symbols on The Glam Life slot at another Betsoft licensee, Betcoin.ag, which should have given him the game's million coin progressive jackpot (worth several hundred thousand dollars at the time). The casino and Betsoft have so far refused to pay the jackpot, stating that it was won during the one of the game's free spins round which makes in ineligible, apparently.

Today we can confirm that Bovada and Slots.lv have both opted to remove a series of BetSoft's games that feature progressive jackpots. This is an excellent move that gives you a glimpse into the trustworthiness of both sites. This appears to be the first step in the crumble of BetSoft's shaky empire, which appears to be based on a series of lies and deceptions toward both players and operators alike.

Casino Listings will update this story as more developments arise.

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7 July 2016 - 10:40pm

Now need to say that Casino Listings have done a great job to prevent BetSoft to cheat even more punters.
But this would be the real punishment for them when some of these leading casinos will remove their progressive jackpot games. They've got what they deserved I think.

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18 August 2016 - 9:29am

Ok, so I have a video of me streaming on Twitch playing a slot and i think I got jipped.

Where can I send the evidence I have?

I randomly bumped into this site today.