Our sister site Latest Casino Bonuses reported earlier that WinnerMillion was pirating Net Ent casino software, earning the site a blacklisting through our site. This week the casino took the first step toward doing something right by removing the games, although the site's dodgy reputation leaves it blacklisted through Casino Listings.
The site was originally caught using pirated software in October, which led to the initial report. The group's management claimed that they didn't know the games were pirated, but we don't buy it. There were also questions related to the casino's gaming license, although the group's Curacao license has been verified.
While the casino has taken the step of adopting authentic Net Ent slots, there are still too many concerns to remove this site from our blacklist. We encourage players considering playing at WinnerMillion to instead go to more reputable sites.
it is impossible that casino winner milion management does not know the net game they use pirated, they just pretend not to know it, this step can not make their casino as casino trusted
I guess it will not change that they are flawed. once defect can not be restored. that the action has tore up a fair game.
Thanks for this information, pirating casino net entertainment is bad thing. The reason for pirating from management just "they dont know" so simple for responsibility for any wrong thing. May be with pirating net ent game they have much earning in this year.
Glad to read that LCB staff efforts lead to something in the end, it's admirable what they revealed and hopefully their great job will continue in future too because all the punters needs that protection.