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THE FUTURE OF ONLINE SLOTS

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JUST READ DARRENS POST ON YOUTUBE ABOUT THE GAMBLING COMMISSION AND THE GOVERNMENT PARTIES ARE CONSIDERING LOWERING THE STAKES YOU CAN PLAY ONLINE DOWN TO £2

I CAN ONLY AFFORD TO PLAY VERY SMALL STAKES SO IT WONT EFFECT ME BUT IF THIS HAPPENS WILL THESE CASINOS DECIDE IT WONT BOTHER WITH THE BRITISH MARKET ?

I UNDERSTAND THERES A PROBLEM WITH IN THE UK WITH GAMBLING ADDICTS BUT I DONT THINK THIS IS FAIR ON THOSE WHO CAN CONTROL THEMSELVES 

SO IS THIS LIKE DARREN SAID ‘THE END’

 

 

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On-line casinos or bricks and motar ones a £2 stake is enough for me but I do believe they need to up the returns in bookies and arcades and get rip of the £500 cap its all a very distorted un-level playing field at the moment. 

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Current gambling regulation seems to be all over the place at the moment. Bonus buys gone but no limit on any slot stake, with some going up to £500 a spin! Bookies still have to show warnings and time-out pop-ups, yet arcades do not even though they are now both exactly the same games! The £50 mega spins outlawed but bypassed instantly with the Premium Plays, and now in arcades too. 

On 11/11/2019 at 11:30 AM, Stepandstop said:

WILL THESE CASINOS DECIDE IT WONT BOTHER WITH THE BRITISH MARKET ?

The ones that are still here with the license will still stay, I doubt new ones would emerge.

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