Biamo.bet Casino Caught Serving Discontinued and Fake Games

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December 5th, 2023
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From time to time, our team encounters online casinos that try to get away with certain misdeeds, namely counterfeit games. We draw players’ attention whenever that happens, informing them which sites should be avoided.

Following our team's extensive investigation, we’d like to introduce you to one more brand leaping down a rabbit hole of fraud- Curacao-licensed Biamo.bet Casino. Due to hosting fake games on its site, and taking no actions to remove them, this brand was placed on LCB’s warning list.

Pirated Content All Over Portfolio

While exploring the official website of Biamo.bet Casino, the first thing that caught our attention were games by Aristocrat. The operator’s portfolio is home to games that are either discontinued or no longer exist, such as Red Baron, Choy Sun Doa, and a couple more.

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As this was a clear indicator to proceed with caution, our team kept examining the lobby, assuming more dirty laundry would be found, and so it was. Hacksaw Gaming, Microgaming, Relax Gaming, and NetEnt’s content, as well as releases from a couple of other providers, are hosted from a pirated service named “c2.seven” (former “c2.games”).

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Worth noting is that Microgaming has been offering games under a different name Games Global for quite some time now.

Perhaps the hugest nonsense discovered was Gaminator games. If your knowledge of land-based casinos is good, then you know that Gaminator machines are those provided by Novomatic for land-based casinos only, not for interactive gambling sector.

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What certain fraudulent providers do is deconstruct the machine, take out software, and then offer it for sale on the online casino market, even though they aren’t meant for such use. That’s by all means not only a fraud but is also an illegal action, which wraps up the situation, confirming that something fishy is going on there.

The Wall of Silence

As you know, LCB never terminates cooperation with brands just like that, without giving them the opportunity to show some progress and turn over a new leaf.

Upon spotting fake games on this website, one of our moderators tried to get in touch with the casino representative. The very first attempt to reach out to the operator took place in October, however, no response arrived.

Our mod kept trying but without success. Making the situation worse was the fact that the support team of the casino itself was unresponsive as well.

Something of a light at the end of the tunnel was seen at the beginning of November when our team was finally contacted by the representative. She promised that problematic games would be removed at the earliest convenience, adding that we would be informed of such actions.

As of December 4, 2023, nothing like that happened so we had no other but to place Biamo.bet Casino is on our warning list. Players are warned to steer clear of this website and look for more trustworthy alternatives.

If anything changes, we’ll make sure to keep you updated on the matter. In the meantime, let us know if you’ve encountered some suspicious games at any casino, so that our team can inspect them and keep the industry clean from scammers.

Also, check our insightful video on “How to Spot Fake Online Casino Games in 60 Seconds?”.

Gamble responsibly!

 

 

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