Review last updated – August 2017 Enzo Casino are part of the Game Tech N. This platform has previously been caught using pirated Net Entertainment games.
This group are were previously regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority but moved their license around the time that there were ongoing disagreements between themselves and the regulator regarding the management of player complaints.
(-1)Despite not holding a UKGC license, and therefore being unable to legally accept sign-ups from UK players, casino support assured us that they do accept players from the UK.
During the background research on this group of casinos we did find some substantially negative reports, both seemingly from the same player at different portals, revolving round Conan casino seizing over $30k due to breach of Terms and Conditions.
As it turns out, it seems that two bonuses were added to the players account in quick succession, one large bonus (£600) and another small bonus (£30).
The casino then enforced the maximum bet rule for the smaller bonus so the player’s wagers of £100/hand breached the term.
In the instance of two bonuses being added to the account in such a short time frame (the player claims they must have been added at exactly the same time and the casino claim there was a 2 minute delay), we would be inclined to view these as the same bonus.
To seize such a large win on what can only be considered dubious grounds certainly isn’t a great confidence booster.
In late 2014 a situation came to light where an affiliate was found to be hacking into other sites and posting their gambling links on these sites without the owners knowledge or permission. The majority of casinos that were receiving traffic from this affiliate closed the affiliate's accounts upon finding out what the affiliate was doing, however some casinos, whether via intent or insufficient security policies, continued to be listed on these sites for many months after the activity of this affiliate came to light. We urge all players to avoid playing with any casino associated with this group in the strongest possible manner.
Many other brands managed to quickly take action to get themselves removed from the hacked sites (closing the affiliate account down and ensuring that new accounts could not be open). license holders were previously licensed by the MGA. When it comes to rogue online casino groups, Game Tech N.
In early 2016 this group were caught running pirated Net Entertainment games. After legal consultation the MGA were advised that the terms this group use to limit the maximum allowed bet during non-bonus play contravened EU consumer protection law. refused to do so and subsequently became non-responsive.
On this basis the MGA instructed the license holders to repay confiscated funds tied to a complaint that occurred while they held an MGA license. For references see Aff Power Group Player Issues Only casinos carrying The POGG Deposit Guarantee Seal can score higher than 8/10.