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Tips for making deposits to your casino accounts

George Miller

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Searching for the right kind of an online casino can be a daunting task. On top of that, choosing the right and credible payment method can take a toll on your decision-making skills. To make it more simple and easy to understand, the article mentions four ways to enjoy a good casino experience 

 

Assessing the security of casino sites

When you want to deposit to the casino, check whether the connection is safe or not. To determine its safety, check whether there is a padlock icon on your browser. If your browser is Google Chrome, you will see the symbol of a padlock on the left side placed beside the web address. The significance of the padlock symbol suggests that the casino site is safe and has issued a valid and authentic certification from a licensed gambling authority. You should make deposit payments to sites which consist of the padlock symbol. If there is a casino site you come across which has no padlock icon, then you should not make any deposits as it is not worth taking the risk and always opt for the safer ones. You can go through reputed online casino guides to gather information on casino sites. You should look for the credentials of the casino’s regulatory body. For example, if you are playing in the UK, then play at an online casino certified by the UK Gambling Commission.

 

Make use of security software

Data protection is one of the primary concerns of players while making casino deposits. If by any chance your computer or mobile device gets affected by a virus or malware and stops functioning altogether, chances are it has been attacked by a keylogger. A keylogger can hack your personal information and exchange it with the attacker. It can get access to your payment information as well and transfer the entire data to the attacker who can squeeze out all the money from the account. To strengthen the security of your computer, you should install powerful antivirus software. For starters, you can go for Windows Defender software but in the long run, when you make really big payment deposits, you can opt for software like ESET Smart Security.

 

Say no to social engineering scams

Social engineering scams have proved to be one of the common cybersecurity attacks in the nature of cybercrimes. They pretend to be something useful like a website or link and trick the users into clicking it and asking them to fill their vital registration details including their financial information. The attacker gets a hold of your money and uses it for nefarious interests. Phishing scams are a popular form of social engineering scams. They are common in the online casino industry. An attacker can fabricate a popular casino site and persuade you to make an account on the site. Once you register yourself, the scammer knows your password and username which he will use later to syphon off all the money. Phishing scam can take place in the form of mail or a customer support link of the casino site. 

 

Avoid saving passwords

One of the common mistakes we make is to save passwords on our computer or mobile. But it is very unsafe and an easy way to get attacked by online scammers and fraudsters. If your desktop gets infected or worse your phone gets stolen, then all your important details are now accessible to unknown third parties. If you have a mobile wallet and by any chance saved its password on your device, you have subjected yourself to a high risk of vulnerability as mobile wallets are easily hackable by online fraudsters. By now, there is no full-proof solution to combat this issue. But the only way to prevent its future occurrence is to be aware of fraudulent sites and consult experts and review guides to make very informed and logical decisions.

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GIANTS SOFTWARE AND SPORTFIVE AGREE PURPOSEFUL MARKETING PARTNERSHIP FOR GAMING BRAND FARMING SIMULATOR

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Publisher and global sports business agency hereby focus on Esports and authentic in-game brand integrations

GIANTS Software and SPORTFIVE today announce a purposeful marketing partnership, which focuses on the gaming brand Farming Simulator and aims to enhance the related Esports universe and the authenticity of the game environment via the realistic in-game integration of brands.

In trusting the Esports know-how and commercial experience of SPORTFIVE, GIANTS Software further accelerates the marketing activities for its competitive Esports series Farming Simulator League. The global sports business agency SPORTFIVE hereby adds a truly valuable element to its portfolio that highlights the immense potential in regard to in-game advertising possibilities. These integrations offer an authentic way for a variety of brands to get involved with Esports, especially for rather traditional brands that have never had contact with the Esports cosmos before. At the same time, this provides unique access to a new, large and additional target group within the Esports landscape.

The video games series Farming Simulator is the most popular gaming title from developer and publisher GIANTS Software. The game series is a global phenomenon and available on all popular platforms including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. Since 2008, over 25 million versions of Farming Simulator have been sold worldwide on PC and console alone.

SPORTFIVE now is supporting GIANTS Software in the acquisition of new partners in selected areas. The Farming Simulator world offers an attractive variety of authentic integration possibilities for brands: From becoming a partner of the professional Esports series Farming Simulator League, over in-game advertising via geo-targeted billboards to usable in-game content, i.e. stores, working equipment or vehicles.

Boris Stefan, Head of Publishing at GIANTS Software, explains: “We’re delighted to reach this agreement with such an experienced marketer. It will become the origin of further immersion into our vast maps. I already envision many larger additions and even tiny details, and all together will bring our family-friendly world to life and will add authenticity to the overall simulation experience.”

Thomas Ottl, Executive Director Global Esports at SPORTFIVE, adds: “We are truly excited for this partnership, which is strongly designed to enhance the gaming experience for the family-friendly and international fan base of Farming simulator. The innovative in-game integrations are an authentic way for brands to get in touch with a diverse and large target group and with these integrations, the game will be even more like reality. We cannot wait to get to work!”

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Hokkaido Excludes IR from 2021 Budget

Niji Narayan

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Hokkaido has announced its initial budget for 2021 on February 19, with a 15.4% (JPY432.9 billion) increase over last year to JPY3.25 trillion (US$30.9 billion). This is the third-largest initial budget ever for the prefecture, which will now be proposed at the Hokkaido Prefectural Assembly regular session on February 25.

However, the fund for IR development was a notable absentee following a recent comment by Governor Naomichi Suzuki that an IR was not in the immediate future for Hokkaido.

Funds being set aside in prefectural budgets have traditionally been considered by experts as a strong indicator of a prefecture’s intentions regarding IRs. The fact that no funds have been set aside for IR development in Hokkaido’s 2021 budget appears to signal the death knell for any remaining glimmers of hope that Hokkaido could somehow jump back into Japan’s IR race.

At a press conference, Suzuki positioned the new fiscal year’s budget as “a budget that protects lives, livelihoods and creates a path for the future.” It is hoped this will help the prefecture navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and build a society resistant to infectious disease while also promoting Hokkaido’s future in a post-pandemic world.

Revenue has declined in the economic downturn and the prefecture’s financial situation is strained. Governor Suzuki commented, “We will firmly defend ourselves while at the same time starting on proactive policy. Balancing defense and offense has been difficult but we will accept the challenge to build a future for Hokkaido while controlling the pandemic.”

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Japanese Politician Raises Concerns Over China Blacklist on Overseas Casino Tourism Destinations

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Japanese Politician Raises Concerns Over China Blacklist on Overseas Casino Tourism Destinations
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The Japanese government has refrained from commenting following a question from House of Representatives member Kenji Eda regarding concerns that Japan’s first integrated resort developments could see the nation added to a blacklist being compiled by Chinese authorities on foreign casino destinations.

The blacklist, originally revealed by China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism last August and expanded earlier this month, is said to comprise overseas tourist destinations that are “disrupting” China’s outbound tourism market by opening casinos targeting mainland Chinese customers. The blacklist system would see travel restrictions imposed on Chinese citizens going to overseas cities and scenic spots named on the blacklist.

Eda revealed via his personal blog that he had submitted a question regarding the blacklist and its potential impact on Japan’s IRs, stating, “In August 2020, China announced that it would create a blacklist system to restrict travel to foreign cities that had a casino, with the allegation that overseas casinos threatened the property and safety of their citizens. With that in mind, we can understand that there are concerns that overseas casinos are a hotbed of crime, particularly corruption and graft. I request an answer if the government is aware of this system.

“Further, this, adding to the impact of the coronavirus, could have a major impact on IR (casino) operation in East Asia, which relies heavily on wealthy Chinese visitors. In the past, The Chinese government has restricted travel to South Korea because of deployment of the US military’s ground-based missile interception system, and there is a risk they could use this system politically.

“Considering this system, even if we build casinos (IR) in Japan, we cannot have expectations that foreigners, and especially Chinese tourists, will be able to visit.”

In response, the government said, “We are aware that the Chinese government has announced the establishment of a system as you described in August 2020, but the specific details are yet to be announced so we will refrain from comment.”

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