The Internet, what an invention! It’s changed the game forever. Don’t be surprised if humanity introduces a new timekeeping mechanism to add to the already traditional ones of B.C and A.D. It can be argued that B.I (Before the Internet) is sure to become something that will form part of our lexicon as technology continues to hurtle forward. As the Internet continues to play an integral role in almost every facet thereof.

One would think that with the constant advancement of the Internet’s capacity to pervade our daily lives and provide all kinds of amenities; that people would be more trusting of its offerings. Especially when it comes to online casinos, a billion-dollar industry that isn’t just entrenched in the online landscape; but one that has supported, pushed forward and nurtured industries of considerable capital and employment.

With all this in mind, let us now demystify, debunk and do a little myth-busting on behalf of reputed operators everywhere as we look at the top 3 online casino myths.

Myth #1: Online Casinos Aren’t Safe

What is safe? Most things can become unsafe if abused or misused. Online casinos aren’t resilient to the evils that men do. But this isn’t a doom and gloom report, it’s a myth-busting expedition, and online casinos are safe as long as they are licensed and regulated. In fact,  the players need not be concerned here, as there are no shortage of licensed brands which include extremely popular operators like RoyalVegas casino.

There are only a handful of organisations around the world allowed to hand out remote gambling licenses, and this ensures several things. It makes sure that things don’t get out of control, it retains control from a centralised perspective, and it makes operators accountable for their actions through the process of regulation.

Key names to be aware of are the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority), the UK Gambling Commission and the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. These are well-established regulatory and licensing entities with years of experience. Also, and with a bit of research on your behalf, a Google search can quickly expose the rogue’s gallery of bad operators from which to steer clear.

Myth #2: Online Casino Games Are Rigged!

The rule is quite clear – play at a licensed operator displaying the names mentioned above, and there will be no issues. Licensed online casinos have a lot of regulatory practices to employ and adhere to, and the last thing any operator wants is negative press based on rigged games. In addition to this, online casino games are all encoded with a Random Number Generator, a digitally encoded mechanism that makes sure that the outcome of each spin and hand is random and fair.

Myth #3: Online Casinos Will Not Pay!

Nothing can get an online casino quicker into the rogue’s gallery than one that refuses to pay. Paying players and providing opportunities for big wins is good press for any operator. Online casinos will never disclose the names of their winners. Still, they’ll certainly capitalise on marketing opportunities to disclose the fact that players have won big, and this is usually done by using a pseudonym to protect the player’s privacy.

It’s a practice that is especially prevalent if some lucky player wins one of those big online slot progressive games. The internet casino industry is one of the online payment mechanism pioneers, so much so, that regular banks have adopted their practices and technology. Not only will you get paid, but the casino will conduct a due diligence process to make sure your funds are safe and that your money is coming to you. Sometimes this process can take a few working days, but when was getting paid not worth the wait?

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By Annabel Johnson

Part time gamer, reviewer and blogger. Full time geek and tech expert!

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