Players from United Kingdom cannot play at Paris Vegas casino.
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Paris Vegas casino have been included on Not Recommended Casinos list. for use of SkillOnNet software, a casino software that has in at least one instances been shown to be offering a non-random Video Poker Gamble feature. See https://fair-betting.com/skillonnet-software-non-randomnot-fair/ for further information.
Casinos using SkillOnNet software for the most part appear to be run and managed by SkillOnNet with the exception of a few White Label operators.
In December 2017 we became aware of SkillOnNet offering a Self-Exclusion tool that, in our opinion, was designed with the intent of manipulating users looking to Self-Exclude into selecting the minimum possible exclusion length while making it difficult to locate information on the longer exclusions that should be available to players. We view this practice as morally questionable with the primary intent of allowing at risk users to re-engage with gambling services at SkillOnNet operators more quickly.
The SkillOnNet license appear to have engaged in a retroactive Responsible Gambling exclusion to justify non-payment of winnings. A player who asked whether they had ever self-excluded at a property on the SkillOnNet license was advised that they had not, that they should consider self-excluding and allowed to play on. Months later when the player hit a four figure win, the same conversation was then used to justify non-payment of the win despite the operator not feeling the conversation was significant enough to require application of an enforced exclusion at the time the conversation occurred.
For references see SkillOnNet Group Player Issues
You can see the latest updates to ParisVegas Casino’s terms and conditions here.
Payout Speed: 5 days
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Due to their Not Recommended Casinos list. we have not tested withdrawal times at the SkillOnNet group. EU casino do not list their Neteller Withdrawal times and as such we will assume it to be 5 days.
Minimum withdrawal – None listed.
Maximum withdrawal – €5000/transaction, €10000/month.
Banking options available – Credit/Debit cards, Neteller, Skrill (Moneybookers), Click2Pay, UKash, PaySafeCard, ClickandBuy, WebMoney, EntroPay, UseMyBank, EUTeller, NeoSurf, PayPal, Poli
We recommend using Neteller for speed, convenience and security. To sign-up to Neteller click here.
ParisVegas hold the following gambling licenses :
- Curacao eGaming – ParisVegas casino are licensed in Curacao but we are unsure which Master License holder is responsible for them. As such we cannot comment on how effective contacting their regulator would be in case of a complaint. You can find further information regarding this regulator’s complaint policies here.
The following countries are restricted from participation with Paris Vegas casino – Belgium, Republic of Cyprus, Denmark, Israel, Turkey, France, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom and the USA
Affiliate Program – EuroKing Affiliates.
Players from United Kingdom NOT accepted.
Paris Vegas does not accept players from the following countries:Denmark, France, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Territories, French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Malta, U.S. Minor Outlying Islands, U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, United Kingdom, United States.
Paris Vegas casino do not publish the RTP/house edge figures for any of their slots games.
The Paris Vegas casino comp point program awards comp points at a different rate depending on the game you are playing as follows;
- Slots (including jackpot slots), Doubles heaven, Scratch Games €10 bet = 1 comp point
- Hi & Lo, Let Them Ride €20 bet = 1 comp point
- Carribean Poker, Casino Holdem €30 bet = 1 comp point
- All Roulette, Video Poker, Big Wheel, Blackjack, Baccarat, Punto Banco €40 bet = 1 comp point
- Craps, Pai Gow Poker €80 bet = 1 comp point
They do not list how many points you need to redeem for €1 or whether points are redeemed to cash or bonuses.
The SkillOnNet group have had two bites at the pie to prove their fairness. The first they failed and the second they declined. Avoid at all costs.