Pravda Casino’s Rogue Operations With Pirate Online Games Exposed

Pravda Casino’s Rogue Operations With Pirate Online Games Exposed October 15, 2018 October 15, 2018 Kate Gonda
 Industry October 15, 2018 by Kate Gonda

Pravda CasinoThe online casino industry has been tarnished due to the operation of rogue casinos who continue to thrive by scamming unsuspecting players. Pravda Casino is the latest online casino to be exposed for using pirated games to rip off online players.

The casino has since been flagged by a number of trusted players in the industry who have confirmed that Pravda was offering pirated Microgaming slots to unsuspecting players.

An in-depth investigation yielded an even worse discovery – the site is also integrating counterfeit software from other prominent developers in the iGaming industry.

The replicas are running under a pirated domain – supermegaslot. Pravda is obviously fooling its members not only by offering fake games but also by not being honest with its licensing status and failing to make timely payments.

The website has also been pirating software from Net Entertainment, a popular provider of high-quality software in the global iGaming market. The website is using the same domain in launching NetEnt games. Games from Amatic and Aristocrat are also hosted on the same domain. Among other counterfeit games on offer at the site are Burning Hot from EGT, and IGT’s Miss Red. The fake games have also been launched from the same domain.

No Proof of Licensing Information

The online casino website offers services in Russian and caters to the Eastern European market. The website is managed by TruthfulGames under ANTILLEPHONE NV and claims to have a permit issued by Curacao. However, the site fails to provide any proof or validation of its license and is unable to feasibly establish its roots. Even if Pravda is indeed authorized to operate by the Government of Curacao, its license to operate should be revoked for offering fake games.

Pravda keeps a relatively low profile with the site not giving sufficient information about its background. The website’s graphics appear to be of high-quality but the design is unimpressive, navigation is uncomfortable and the functionality is poor. The website’s Tournaments page is currently unresponsive and majority of the games can only be unlocked upon registration.

Ironically Pravda in the Russian language means truth but what is on offer is anything but the truth! Online players are always advised to check licensing information, confirm address details as well as read up on online reviews to be certain they are playing a licensed and reputed online casino.

Kate GondaAuthor

Kate is fairly new the whole casino industry, with a background in finance she often found herself with clients at the best casinos, she enjoys spinning the wheel!!!. She will be providing a insight into the UK industry