April 30, 2022
A Neanderthal returns
We want this bulletin to be at the top of the weekly summary today for the attention of the Neanderthal who called us in an anonymous and foul-mouthed attempt to silence InfoPowa this morning.
The caller was a deep-voiced South African calling locally, who threatened physical violence if InfoPowa did not stop “bad-mouthing” casinos.
The best way to stop fair if critical comment is to run a clean and efficient operation, not behave like some latter day bad Al Capone movie thug.
There are several questionable casinos that have featured in our bulletins and other activities recently, so there are a number of possibilities. However, we have a pretty good idea who this is and we will be taking appropriate measures.
DUKES DISCLOSURES CONTINUE
Be The Dealer takes action
Last week we reported the disgraceful and thoroughly unprofessional departure of Dukes Gaming.com, leaving unpaid players, ignored emails and a $1 million sweepstake scandal in its wake. Developments toward the end of the week were the identification of a Be The Dealer site carrying the Dukes Gaming identity, and raising ethical questions about the probity of commercial relations with companies that behave in this manner.
Be The Dealer has responded to the extensive public coverage by defending its business strategy. The BTD network it seems runs all operational facets of their Slot Gacor sites such as gambling software, Support and Cashier activity. However, its “partners” whose identity often appears on the sites have responsibility for marketing, and BTD states that it has no control over that facet of its business, leaving gaps in accountability.
This was the situation with Dukes Gaming, which had signed up with BTD as Dukes Be The Dealer.com prior to it’s fall from grace as a Wagerlogic-powered online casino. Dukes provided its brand and …