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Internet casino group SkillOnNet has announced that they've launched a new prototype casino dubbed "PlayOJO", which will see players getting money back on every bet placed, although the site uses the group's horrible software platform.
The site is licensed in Malta, but carries a huge caveat, as SkillOnNet's gaming platform has been shown to been to cheat with video poker games, and it is suspected that the odds of the games can be configured to an operator's specifications, which is unfair and predatory. This means that you shouldn't play at this casino, even with the interesting cash back feature.
The casino's chief feature a "fresh, modern, and playful" look, combined with what the company calls, "an honesty and transparency that puts the players back in control of their money and winnings". This is achieved through the OJOplus service, that gives players money back for every bet placed, whether that bet wins or loses.
Speaking about the new product SkillOnNet's Ohad Narkis said, "The old way of running casinos online doesn't appeal to players the way it used to. PlayOJO has been created out of the knowledge that casino bonuses with huge wagering requirements are alienating more and more players. Players want fair casinos that reward them without restricting their play."
"Our model puts the players back in control of their money and their accounts and that's really the way it should be. Our vision is to provide them with a trustworthy, friendly and transparent platform that helps them get the best out of the playing experience. No prenups, no backhanded bonuses, no shifty small print swept under the rug, just real money and real play."