Rogue Casino Group Purchases Lot of Rival Powered Casinos

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This week it was revealed that rogue casino operator Cyberrock Entertainment N.V. has purchased a series of Rival-powered casinos, potentially putting a number of existing casino players at risk of not being paid for legitimate winnings.

The casinos included in the purchase are as follows:

  • Cash o' Lot Casino
  • Tropica Casino
  • Betcave Casino
  • Casino Lust
  • Gibson Casino
  • Go Fish Casino
  • Ricardo's Casino
  • Sahara Sands Casino
  • Slot Powers Casino
  • Vanguards Casino
  • Vegas Amped Casino

Cyberrock Entertainment has a long history of enforcing predatory terms and conditions in its casinos, doing everything in their power to keep players from being able to receive their winnings. These predatory terms include a €1,500 withdrawal limit per transaction, with a €10,000 per month maximum. Sound decent? Well that's because we didn't tell you that the casino takes 15-18 business days to process payments, which makes reaching the max payout limit impossible. Winnings are also capped at 10x your deposit amount if you put in €249 or less, even if you don't claim a bonus, and even if you win a jackpot.

These are all predatory terms that have been carried over to all the casinos purchased by Cyberrock, so we have taken the step of blacklisting all of the above-mentioned sites, and urge you to play elsewhere.

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Dustin Jermalowicz
Dustin has a long-standing passion for gambling. He has been writing professionally on the subject and breaking industry news for Casino Listings since 2011. His favorite casino games include Blackjack, Poker, and Hi/Lo. A proud native of Detroit, Dustin currently lives in Michigan.