If you watch any typical “gaming” streamer you proberly have noticed the sudden switch to online gambling. This is’nt new and no these guys are’nt suddenly putting their own raw cash, earnings or savings into playing slots online. Most of these streamers that have a certain following base do have open inquiries for business proposals. Ive heard some gaming streamers to be offered to start streaming casino slot games and to be honest, they denied and which i think is a extremely good move. Gambling can be toxic, destructive and it bleeds people financially dry. It is no joke how these younger generation impose zero responsibility to what once was a typical CSGO, WOW, BF or PUBG channel.
No, these guys are’nt cool. Their message is’nt cool. Their promotion is’nt real. What your seeing is paid actors who present a gambling stream where the goal is to hoard in new affiliates. With a following base of over 70k viewers this is a “Honeypot” for casino’s and in particular stake. Youtube is the source of this problem as well, since they allow it. Just watch these clowns present it like “Oh its almost break even” or spinning at $500 per round. As i wrote before, a normal, licenced and regulated casino, does not offer such games with bets of over € 125 / 125$ a spin, that is if you collect the “extra trigger feature” that snoops a small percentage extra off on top of the bet.
You can find some house games that allow for higher bets, ive seen € 450 but those are usually “inhouse games” or slots in this case and there is no such thing really as licencing costs or so. Basicly the product provides more profit for the casino in terms of bets placed. Thats why you see the most commercial games like Pragmatic, BTG, Novomatic and what more (really it’s a long list) have a limitation to how much one can bet and for example, the typical 5000x cap on esp. pragmatic games. These guys are extremely sophisticated in their video causing enticement and using the code. You have to understand the play you see is basicly done with free money provided by the casino.
Even tho there is a legitimate outcome, of any random game session, it still means that these guys are not putting any money of their own inside the casino. Nope. Just as Ayezee being a fake streamer who claimed playing with “raw cash” while before any deposit done, the money was send from another hot wallet from the casino. If that is’nt avoiding legislation in terms of funding a streamer then i dont know. We know that most streamers get contracts and such contracts involve a salary. It’s solely intended to obviously promote the most scam casino’s out there where streamers even respresent using a VPN in the first place.
Players who reported losing money consistent while playing on these online casino’s such as stake, roobet, rollbit and even the worst of them all, gamdom. The problem is people realise this at the point where they started to lose too much money. We’re talking deposits overall of 30 to 50k in their carreer of play at these given casino’s. Or one of my own readers who fell for the trap and was listed on gamdom as a problem gambler. It is time we perhaps wrap these casino’s up for what they truely are, and give it back to legitimate, real & backed by regulators again.
It is obvious that the promotion of these casino’s in various countries cant take place, and it’s often advised to use a VPN to bypass any local laws or rules. Some casino’s take it to a next level, claim you cant play, but once you deposit money suddenly the doors go wide open. They know there is a quite significant amount of vulnerable people who need help and not another casino that has absolutely zero intention of funding back a problem gambler or let alone someone being able to hit the withdrawl button without being slammed the use of a VPN or other vague or weird reasons to fully close the account (with no refund, obviously).
These casino’s are designed as a financial mouse-trap. Once your in your screwed. And we know these casino’s do uphold a quite lower RTP then what streamers are having. How obvious do we need to be at this point? If your playing at these casino’s you should consider switching. There’s quite some good ones, with the same game offerings and better RTP’s then these will ever present you. The gambling i do is on regulated platforms only, that are in the country i’m resident in. As i wrote, if there is a issue, there will be a regulator to who i can file my issue to to have it solved.
A casino from malta, curacao or some other vague location cant be pulled in court if your resident in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Spain or such. You have to present it to their local jurisdiction. And because of that your looking at quite some expenses to get a case even in court. And you can be granted that, they will slap you legally for not reading the Terms and conditions, using a VPN, being irresponsible or not taking manners to your own in the first place, and you will lose it. It is why these casino’s are doing what they do and are getting away with it. This does’nt last long i firmly believe. The juice is running out.
You might disagree that watching above video of Toaster could be perfect entertainment. Well i suggests you make a account at any casino, and start playing demo. I think thats the equivalent to what this comes down to. Remember these guys used to game and stream, and suddenly made a switch to slots. It is no coincidence. We’ve seen them come and go, grab their pockets quick and entice even broke people to quickly signup using their links in exchange for 5$. This is low, and i wrote quite some times about it on various posts on my website the sudden appearing streaming marketing spam for casino’s.
As i wrote before, the audience (around 80%) who likes, retweets and all that stuff in exchange to be picked in a next raffle (Like there where people Who where not paid out their raffle, lol ) which is a hopeless situation, because the only enticement these streamers are out for is more likes, promotion, a larger audience and in the end more money. There is a big difference in play wether you are doing this with your own (hard earned) salary or when your given the money for free, knowing both your affiliates and the casino are basicly paying for the losses you are having.
Thats right. This “Circus” of streamers is basicly paid by people who at the end of the day signup, and lose their money while gambling. It is no secret how this is funded. The salary a streamer gets plus additional revenue for for example affiliate income, is truely a scrap compared to what these casino’s online haul in. The chances of you hitting a true jackpot, is quite slim. Overall i’m still down even tho i had quite great wins. There is no system. There is way of playing slots in order to win. It simply hits or not. And once you start hitting the withdrawl, suddenly slots turn cold. Is that genuine random?
The same occurence, also happens when you would leave the slots alone for quite some time. You’d think that other players would play and the slots are slowly getting seeded again. You’d do your deposit and start playing, and you notice on how the overall actions, triggers or bonus games with outcomes, is quite lower then before. Is that truely random? Even if you would let it sit for 3 months straight? I dont think so. But it’s hard to convince people and esp the ones who work in the industry. One cant win too much. I’m sure there are security measures in place that protects a casino in a certain way.
Ive seen both bandit, in particular 2 video’s, where the Bandit made his 90k win on a 6 pound bet, or RocknRollah with a 10 pound spin hitting over a 100k. They bot explained that their losses where as equal as it gets, meaning they just played even in a way. After that you could tell The Bandit lost his interest, and he has’nt bin on for more then 6 months in terms of the latest video. Is it true that gambling does’nt yield you that what you desire? We will never know. You can throw the mathematical story and the randomness of slots to it, but i highly doubt it. Slots are afterall, programmed.
Random, within respect of certain rules, and obvious to make both provider and the casino long term profit. Not loss. So if anything was truely random, how would it guarantee the profit on the long run of the casino? Exactly. Testing and all that assures that everything is done as fair or honest as possible. But there are certain triggers behind the curtain, is my opinion. I can have nothing for days, lose quicker then i make in a day, and the next day just ramp up out of nowhere on ANY particular game of choice to a certain ceiling or limit as i might say, till you go bust again.
I also believe that my action, is dependend of what i deposit. It sounds a bit weird but the more i deposit the more action i get, even if i would lose. Does that make sense? There is a obvious thing at the back going on that i cant place, but assures me to come back and deposit another time. And its that particular thing that thrives us gamblers to keep coming back, knowing the obvious, and yet we still do it. I said to myself if i hit it truely big, and i’m talking in quite some numbers, i’m truely out. On the long run i dont consider myself gambling at some point anymore. The reason to this is because it’s getting boring.
And i’m sure there’s quite some people who experience or feel the same way. They can rebrand all the games they want, with their fancy lights, graphics, sounds and animation, and have the highest ranking streamers do their little circus act on stream about the slot, but at the end of the day it’s all about enticement, making you play and if the odds are right, making you lose. On avg it takes me 3 to 6 bonus buys to even be even or ahead. But i risked it by doing 3 to 6 bonus buys in the first place. Let alone the amount of value those games came with. We are cushioned as players that risking 3 to 6 times 100x our betsize, is “normal”.
I also made a statement not so long ago, where i got boo’ed away for (because it was’nt in the forums interest) that with gambling, losing is the new winning. At least thats how they are presenting this to us. It was a while ago since i entered a landbased, i had to get used to playing “regular” bets again but i coud’nt leave a smile at the end of the evening to walk away with a good old profit of over € 2000 in my pocket. And i had dinner, drinks and everything covered. Online gambling is a isolating experience. The same message streamers are given. While your isolated to our stream now, lets present you gambling.
And people who are isolated, wether itll be from a lost job, lost relationship, someone who passed away, someone who is lonely, is by example the perfect target for online casino’s. The experience of losing gives thrills, rushes and things you think you needed, but can be accomplished by doing regular things such as a gym, sex or simply working or enjoying a real dinner. Why would you go through all this hassle, while the answer (at least for me) is right in front of me. If i can help one individual to realise it is a circus and it’s fake, my mission here is already accomplished. Put your middle finger up to your streamer, and say them goodbye.
If your having problems “disconnecting” from these streamers, i suggest you install an Adblocker in the first place. You wont be confronted with advertisements based on casino’s because you searched for it. It’s best to reset your youtube or twitch (account) completely or even dispose it, to be not confronted with gambling. If your having issues with money management, i’d strongly suggest to give access to another who can hold this for you for some time. It will take you 2 weeks to start feeling “better” again if your suffering from your gambling addiction. Getting help is another move, just be strong and dont be enticed. 🙂
This is proberly the last message i will devote to the rise (and fall) of fake streamers. People who suddenly get contracted by these casino’s such as stake, roobet, rollbit, gamdom and what more. I’ve experience a far better play for my own since i stopped watching these streamers. Streamers are turning into a more and more disgusting breed of people who pull more and more stuff out of their little hat to trick users into more engagement, viewing time and actually killing any productivity at the other end of the spectrum. Yes, people who watch streamers are just as bad as streamers, if you ask me.