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News & Notices: Topic request for the news section

Topic created on 11th Dec. 2017 | Page: 1 of 3 | Answers: 24 | Views: 5,275
Anonym
Hey Christoph I would find it super interesting if you take up the topic of "siblings - casinos". Explain to the users what it is all about, how you can find out what ... and why the heck the OCs nowhere on your pages list in which association these are. Mostly one reads only in the AGBS the operating society... For newcomers that lock themselves namely in Casino A - can have the worst effects - if you play in the Casino B, win and to the same group belong. A statement from a sibling association like this example would be worth reading




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Christoph
Experienced
Thanks Aka,

i am always open to suggestions on articles and news and will revisit the topic in December. I had once blocked myself at 888Casino. Had then subsequently wondered that I could sign up at 777Casino. Have only understood through support that the block applies to all casinos of a group of companies. I know the problem so unfortunately...

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Anonym
I had already opened a thread on the subject.
Had me about a year ago at Chancehill blocked and was then at Rizk, Dunder,...etc also directly blocked, just did not know why
But that's apparently not all casinos so unfortunately ...

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Anonym
Yes, it would be important to know what happens if you are locked with A at F plays and wins and F was taken over by A without that you know. Actually, that is then their responsibility ... the accounts must control and not us whether the belong to A (meanwhile).

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c****7
If you are banned from one casino, you are usually banned from all of its sister casinos, according to the MGA statute. Unfortunately, many casinos ignore these statutes and have been getting away with it for years. With particularly nasty groups, they still let you play, but withhold your money or do not pay out any wins. This is practiced by e.g. Co-Gaming Ltd. i.e. Comeon, Mobilbet, etc. Also Everymatrix does not look closely at it.
If you want to know who the sister casinos are, click below on the MGA logo (see link)
But you are not immune to takeovers. Currently the industry is cannibalizing itself more and more. It can happen that you play in a casino that is taken over by a group where you are banned. Then you have to negotiate with them. I once got locked out of MT Secure Trade, even though I was happy with them, and it was very noticeable, because they bring out new casinos almost every week. You see a new casino, want to sign up. Ällelätsch, locked.
At some casinos you can unlock, usually a phone call is necessary and a written explanation. With others, however, nothing works, lock is forever.
https://www.authorisation.mga.org.mt/verification.aspx?lang=EN&company=218c5236-1e36-422f-85f2-c61820423c47&details=1

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J****r
I'd be interested to know what goes on behind the facade of online casinos. Is this a job like any other (with training as a media designer, for example) or does everything go haywire there?
Who are the support people? Are they from the casino or is it a call center?
Which casinos belong together, i.e. have the same managers?



JoKer


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Anonym
JoKer wrote on 16.12.2017 at 21:55: I would be interested to know what goes on behind the facade of online casinos. Is it a job like any other (with training as a media designer, for example) or does everything go haywire there?
Who are the support people? Are they from the casino or is it a call center?
Which casinos belong together, i.e. have the same managers?



JoKer



i would also find this very interesting!

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Anonym
I would like Christoph to take a closer look at his article questions/statements

In the article of the profit potential of slots, for example, as good as everything is listed incorrectly. I have this I think already 4 times moniert. It is simply ignored and good

The same was with the list of the top 10 worst slots. That has criticized as good as everyone. Simply ignored and good is. Somehow the articles are simply rausgeballert, not responded to user requests and critics (not always) from too often simply ignored

Christoph seems to me more like an external article writer who neither deals with Gamblejoe nor has any interest in it. Just write articles, post quickly and continue to happen

Would wish me that Christoph just more with the side idendifizieren can / would like and not simply as a job sees one more or less involuntarily exercises

Is just my opinion

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Daniel
Elite
@Hammerdammer thank you for your criticism. But I have to defend Christoph at this point. From our point of view, Christoph is a great asset to GambleJoe. He is hardworking and does his job well. He also plays quite genre himself from time to time (not addicted to gambling) and therefore knows his stuff. Finding a better copywriter is extremely hard. Especially in this subject area.

You also have to keep in mind that Christoph has only been with GambleJoe for 2.5 months and it takes time to really identify with a site. Imagine you start working in a small but nice company tomorrow. I don't think you would be able to identify with this company from day one and you would also be cautious - even if you, like Christoph, have pretty much all the freedom. If you had to represent this company to the outside world, then you would also be cautious despite the freedoms. You don't want to harm the company.

You also have to look at the background. Christoph comes from a larger marketing agency that has done hundreds of casino spam sites. So he doesn't know about people actually commenting on articles and participating in the sites. A site like GambleJoe is an exception in this industry. Christoph of course likes to work on a gambling site like GambleJoe but I think he needs a little more time before he can fully commit to GambleJoe. In my opinion Christoph is doing a very good job and I don't think he is doing it involuntarily. If he would do it involuntarily, then he would look for another job, just like he did at his old employer.

About the Win factor: GambleJoe is the only site that tries to show as good as possible the win possibilities of a slot. Behind the game list is a lot of work and the slots are partly almost free and added by my brother - and he can not know all the games in and out - thank God not!

Mistakes can hardly be excluded during the work. One possibility would be to hire two or three people just for the games section, with the staff taking turns to maintain games or do quality assurance. But we would need a bigger budget for that. That kind of thing all costs money.

With some Big Time Gaming slots like Bonanza or even some slots with 256 paylines and more, it's almost impossible to determine the win factor exactly. With games like Book of Ra it is easy. The maximum win per spin is 5,000x stake (with 5 explorers during free spins). With Raging Rhino it's more difficult, because the highest symbol can't fill the whole reel. Very difficult to determine the exact win factor there, even for people who play the game daily.

As I said, I can currently think of only one solution to solve this problem. We could include a feature where players can submit a correction suggestion for each slot. These corrected slots are then cross-checked and if it fits, then the user gets points credited and the slot is corrected.

This is actually a good solution that I came up with thanks to your constructive criticism. Thanks for that!

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Anonym
Daniel wrote on 12/17/2017 at 12:35 pm: @Hammerdammer thanks for your review. I have to defend Christoph at this point though. From our point of view Christoph is a great asset to GambleJoe. He is hardworking and does his job well. He also plays quite genre himself from time to time (not addicted to gambling) and therefore knows his stuff. Finding a better copywriter is extremely hard. Especially in this subject area.

You also have to keep in mind that Christoph has only been with GambleJoe for 2.5 months and it takes time to really identify with a site. Imagine you start working in a small but nice company tomorrow. I don't think you would be able to identify with this company from day one and you would also be cautious - even if you, like Christoph, have pretty much all the freedom. If you had to represent this company to the outside world, then you would also be cautious despite the freedoms. You don't want to harm the company.

You also have to look at the background. Christoph comes from a larger marketing agency that has done hundreds of casino spam sites. So he doesn't know about people actually commenting on articles and participating in the sites. A site like GambleJoe is an exception in this industry. Christoph of course likes to work on a gambling site like GambleJoe but I think he needs a little more time before he can fully commit to GambleJoe. In my opinion Christoph is doing a very good job and I don't think he is doing it involuntarily. If he would do it involuntarily, then he would look for another job, just like he did at his old employer.

About the Win factor: GambleJoe is the only site that tries to show as good as possible the win possibilities of a slot. Behind the game list is a lot of work and the slots are partly almost free and added by my brother - and he can not know all the games in and out - thank God not!

Mistakes can hardly be excluded during the work. One possibility would be to hire two or three people just for the games section, with the staff taking turns to maintain games or do quality assurance. But we would need a bigger budget for that. Something like that costs money.

With some Big Time Gaming slots like Bonanza or even some slots with 256 paylines and more, it's almost impossible to determine the win factor exactly. With games like Book of Ra it is easy. There the maximum win per spin is 5.000x bet (with 5 explorers during the free spins). With Raging Rhino it's more difficult, because the highest symbol can't fill the whole reel. Very difficult to determine the exact win factor there, even for people who play the game daily.

As I said, I can currently think of only one solution to solve this problem. We could include a feature where players can submit a correction suggestion for each slot. These corrected slots are then cross-checked and if it fits, then the user gets points credited and the slot is corrected.

This is actually a good solution that I came up with thanks to your constructive criticism. Thanks for that!


Ok. I will go into every single point of yours to make it more understandable, because I think you haven't quite understood my intention behind it yet. I apologize in advance for the long text that will follow. I do this because I try to improve myself every day both privately and work-related. I would therefore like constructive criticism, because otherwise I do not know what I'm doing wrong. I think who stops to improve stops to be good

1. I myself work as I have already said in a thread at the Telekom. Now imagine, I make a mistake and someone knows me not once, not two or three times on it but 4, 5 or 6 times and that even publicly.

Then these are not even colleagues but customers! ( in this case user of Gamblejoe ) So what do I do now?
If I do not want to harm the company then I take this criticism and improve myself in the future in this area because to ignore it now is the worst possible scenario for the company!

2. I understand that you can't accurately calculate a slot like Bonanza as the potential is endless. You can have infinite multipliers in the free spins and infinite freespins. In other words, there is no limit

With slots like Danger High Voltage or Queen of Riches the situation is different again

Example Danger High Voltage: The highest possible winning pictures are the skulls, namely 125x the bet with a row of 6

Now the slot has 4096 ways. That alone times 125x are already 512,000x bet win possibility with a full screens of the skulls. Now I'm not even at the freespins where you could get it x66!!!

Now I wonder how one comes in Christoph 's article on 20,000x? too lazy times just to look at the paytable and 10 seconds to use the calculator?

I find it very unfortunate that here and also with the other BTG slots numbers have simply been pulled out of the nose and these are sold as fact

Even you have a thinking error in Book of Ra. The highest possible winning picture is not 5000x

It is exactly 7200x.

You get the free spins and as a symbol the explorer. Now 5 explorers run in on the center line. What about the other paylines?
You can also get 5 books in a row on the top line (1400x win) and 5 mummies on the last line (800x win)

I write it specially like this, because I already had free spins with the explorer once and had 4 on the middle line, 4 books on the top and 3 mummies on the bottom. That is still the win from one spin. We ganricht need to talk about when this picture times comes about but the article is about PROFIT POTENTIAL! and it is theoretically possible.

3. I know that Christoph's articles are sometimes written very subjectively and yet these are sold as facts (Public) I understand the least. Why does one not write to the fact that these are subjective Meiungen of the article writer? Someone who is not familiar with the matter and seeks information on this page takes this for cash.

4. You often like to write that the capital for allleih possible things is missing here and therefore you can not implement everything as you would like it best. I can understand that completely.
But what I can't understand is that you don't include the users: It's clear that you can't set up work contracts and hire x users. But here's an example of what I mean:

Vivera also wrote an article on this site. Just for the fun of it. I and many others have often offered you free help which you do not accept. I understand the intention that you would like to reward people for their work and that is perfectly legetim. But why not involve users?

here is a perfect example: You want to write an article about slots and how to win. You write to user xy personally and ask for help. You can offer the user e.g. 50 Euro as Paysafe or something else. So you pay this person and the work is much more accurate, faster and the error rate is minimized. The whole thing could work on an email basis so that people still in the background participate in the thing and take you loads off

to Christoph: We don't need to talk about his benefit for the site. Of course he is an enrichment for Gamblejoe.com. Of course, many articles are well written. I have often praised Christoph for his articles under these!
It has come much more life in since he is there and I read the articles for the most part very happy

What I only on the death not abkann, is that if someone tries to evade from criticism or to silence this death, so that had to get out. I myself make enough mistakes in life and at work. But if I am not pointed out then I can never change anything about it. I wish me therefore very often also criticism. Most people just can't bring it across in a constructive way or want to avoid conflicts and therefore don't say anything. What but nciht sense of the matter should be in my opinion

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