When a casino aspires to be honest and fair to players, what they usually do to achieve this goal is: obtain a reputable license, provide proven software, offer generous bonuses and friendly support.
Hopefully in this order.
What they DON'T do is try to plant fake games instead of original slots! Real titles from genuine providers, who created them capable of lining up a win or two. Once in a while.
BigaCasino likes to boast, no doubt about it, so we felt compelled to do a little research and see what the fuss is about.
Can you blame us? Of course not, you'd do the same!
After a long diatribe in the ''About Us'' section, here's what the brand states in the closing note:
''We can go on endlessly, but why don't you try out bigacasino for yourself? As the saying goes, actions speak louder than words.''
We did - and you're right, some shameful actions ring louder than sled bells this Christmas 2018! They've been heard all across the community and now everyone will know BigaCasino is one BIG mockery to the community and the industry as a whole.
Why? Because their platform is filled to the brim with counterfeit video slots:
Seems like a lot of phony versions, but to be fair - they DO have some genuine games, or at the very least - genuine to the extent that we were unable to prove otherwise: Spinomenal and Tom Horn.
Is There a License?
In short - no.
We searched and searched leaving no stone unturned, but...
...no sign of any permit whatsoever. IF they do have a valid license, then, by all means, they should have placed it on the front page, for everyone to see and verify.
We were able to find only this small piece of information regarding their origins: that the website is owned and operated by BIGACASINO LTD of Dahlet Gnien is-Sultan Valletta VL1834.
Operating without an authorized regulator to scrutinize their services is another nail in the coffin for this brand. Simply because that means they are not bound by any laws, and (think) they can do whatever they please without being accountable for any misdeed.
Load a BetSoft title in demo mode, and you'll be convinced everything is in order. But! It's a trap. The real-money mode launches from a fake server that has nothing to do with the authentic provider's source.
Take a look at BetSoft Enchanted slot for the clue:
Another bait for the inexperienced is any Novomatic edition available on the platform. The domain? Already familiar, a hundred times seen, the unlicensed grandx.pro. It is often used to host sham software from this popular developer.
We chose Book of Ra Deluxe to show you this source, clearly visible on the screenshot that was taken during the actual gameplay:
Have you ever heard about, or seen casinomoduleS.com? This is another fraudulent server from where most lookalike NetEnt games are coming from.
NetEnt Fruit Shop slot:
All of these we have already faced many times before, but what our team found particularly interesting are pirated EGT products. Namely, the operator uses egt-interactive.net server - very similar to the real egt-interactive.com.
The games are not even hosted on the website, but on a completely unfamiliar egtmgs.com server- just another game of smoke and mirrors, with the goal to deceive players via cheap tricks and optical illusions.
Playtech offerings do not make any more sense either, since they launch from casinomodules.co, a source deliberately made to resemble NetEnt's official hosting server.
Do not fall for BigaCasino's boastful advertising, and attempts to lure you in with the promise of a bonus too good to be true, thousands of games or other perks they KNOW every player wants.
Pirated software is illegal, constitutes theft, and most likely comes with certain modifications designed to take away even the slightest chance of ever winning anything on these fake versions.
LCB has a special News section dedicated to rogue gaming sites. We strongly advise players to visit this page regularly, for latest updates on predatory casinos.
What you should also do to protect yourself, is check the LCB Warning list daily - this is where all transgressors are included, along with detailed reviews, player ratings and personal experiences, as well as in-depth explanations of the wrongful actions that got all bad casinos into the blacklist.
Relevant links based on our report: