Blacklisted Casinos

Whether you’re new to the world of online gambling or already know your way around real money betting, it’s essential to be sure you’re playing at a quality online casino. In short, our blacklist feature evaluates exactly that!

On this page you’ll learn:

  • What makes a ‘blacklisted’ casino so shady
  • How to spot rogue gambling sites for yourself
  • Frequently asked questions about blacklisting

Why Casinos Get Blacklisted

If you’re wondering why certain online casinos find their way to our blacklist, we’re here to explain why. Some rogue online casinos offend in multiple categories, whereas others tick only one or two of the boxes. Here are some of the reasons:

  1. Unresponsive customer service

    If you need assistance, it’s essential that your casino’s customer support team is responsive to your query. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.

  2. Delayed or missing payments

    No one wants to score a win only to find that the withdrawal takes weeks to be processed, or worse, never shows up in your account at all.

  3. Unfair game tactics

    Randomness and fairness are two cornerstones of fair casino play, so we take it seriously when games on a site appear rigged or impossible to win.

  4. Unreliable promotions

    We always recommend reading the terms and conditions on any bonus offer, however, some rogue casinos entice players with downright false promotions.

  5. Shady or out-of-date licensing

    A legitimate license is one of the most important assets of any online casino, so any site found to have a false or outdated license is quickly blacklisted.

  6. Ineffective security software

    Player security is our foremost priority, so it’s non-negotiable that all recommended online casinos utilize modern and effective security software.

  7. Constant technical issues

    If an online gaming site expects loyalty, its web and mobile interfaces must work. Sites with constant glitches are nuisances and hazards to players.