BetDNA: Stolen Games, Cheating Lines, All Rogue

September, 07, 2016 6 years ago

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While some casinos are working hard to be the best casino around, there are some that you would think they are trying just as hard to be the worst casino ever. Unfortunately, the competition is fierce and in order to be considered the roguest of the rogues, you'll have to use stolen casino games and that is just what BetDNA is about.

After numerous AffPower casinos were using stolen casino games, BetDNA thought they could do that, or maybe they thought they would get unnoticed this time around. In the past year, BetDNA sportsbook and casino has achieved the following:

  1. Using unlicensed and stolen casino games through Pamper Casino
  2. Changing lines on a player after wagers were placed and scored
  3. Using unlicensed and stolen games again

Pamper Casino using stolen Net Ent Games

Pamper Casino is part of the same group as BetDNA and connected with the affiliate program called In 2015 Pamper Casino was caught with stolen Net Entertainment games and has caused them to get blacklisted by a lot of webmasters. 

Changing lines on a player after wagers were placed

betdna lines changed reported that BetDNA have changed the lines on a player after their bets were placed. The player took screenshots showing before and after and the complaint came through to ThePOGG where the player asked for help. ThePOGG reached out to BetDNA to resolve the complaint but they were completely ignored. 

More stolen games from Net Entertainment, Playtech and Novomatic

When it comes to major gaming companies like Net Entertainment, Playtech and Novomatic you know that these software companies will only allow casinos to use their games in well established license jurisdictions. So when a site like features these games prominently on their site, you know something isn't adding up. is based in Costa Rica and in reality, there really isn't any online gambling licensing body there and it is home to many sportsbooks and casinos that are focused on taking players in the US markets.

NetEnt has never allowed any of these operators to use their games and Playtech in the past has only focused with license jurisdictions like Kahnawake and Antigua, not really Costa Rica. 

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