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22/01/2020 at 17:06 0 0 #2650 Reformed-Gambler1
Posts: 17 User

I've been watching Gabriel Slots on YouTube for a while now. I do like his videos but I've noticed he always has the info shown in the attached picture come up when he clicks to load a slot. It shows no bonus funds being used and he never addresses it. Is he using casino money or am I missing something here? 

22/01/2020 at 21:48 0 0 #2652 moneyaire
Posts: 32 User

Hi there - This happens to all Nektan casino customers, regardless which Nektan casino you play at. When you choose a game where bonus funds can be used, it will show you this message whether you have a bonus balance or not.

He is playing with real cash money :)



24/01/2020 at 15:25 0 0 #2692 jaywas
Posts: 30 User

Must be real, no one in their right mind would take a deposit bonus on a Nektan casino, 4xconversion can fuck right off.

24/01/2020 at 19:04 0 0 #2704 Reformed-Gambler1
Posts: 17 User

moneyaire - 22/01/2020 at 21:48

Hi there - This happens to all Nektan casino customers, regardless which Nektan casino you play at. When you choose a game where bonus funds can be used, it will show you this message whether you have a bonus balance or not.

He is playing with real cash money :)






Ah ok thanks. Like I said, enjoy his vids but wanted to know he was genuine 

22/05/2020 at 08:07 0 0 #5670 dekinridoine
Posts: 4 User

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22/05/2020 at 10:44 0 0 #5672 Rowanvella
Posts: 44 User

I'm not saying he's fake as I don't know for sure. What I will say is that he refuses to show deposits and withdrawals, hides any youtube comments requesting to see this information, never cashes out and always "keeps his balance for the next stream", always plays on Nektan casinos, has been called out by other streamers.

Take from that what you will. 

22/05/2020 at 11:48 1 0 #5673 Jimbocasino
Posts: 393 Den Owner

All i know about Spinz casino is what they offered me, they don't run with Affilation like other places, they pay PER video & force you to have a banner somewhere on the screen.


That's why you may see people running smaller stakes when playing there to ensure they can make a profit from the partnership. That being said, I've no knowledge on if they fund accounts for people.


Oh and they couldn't afford me XD

22/05/2020 at 14:02 0 0 #5725 superdavey
Posts: 504 Mod

Jimbocasino - 22/05/2020 at 11:48

All i know about Spinz casino is what they offered me, they don't run with Affilation like other places, they pay PER video & force you to have a banner somewhere on the screen.


That's why you may see people running smaller stakes when playing there to ensure they can make a profit from the partnership. That being said, I've no knowledge on if they fund accounts for people.


Oh and they couldn't afford me XD


Expensive fucker 😘

22/05/2020 at 18:23 0 0 #5773 Paul3009
Posts: 84 User

Sure when all the streamers were showing there depositing details and bank statements after rolla called out the Aussie guy, this Gabriel says he won’t show his and gave a pathetic excuse.also he sounds like a posh wank 🤣

28/05/2020 at 12:26 0 0 #5864 hadtochange
Posts: 4 User

Sorry for the long post but two points here and I am not saying there is anything wrong with this, but, it makes sense these streamers are paid per video by this casino. I noticed chipmunkz always has a raw balance on there and now Jord only does his bonus hunts on Spinz.

If I had to guess and based on Jimbos comment, Chip & Jord get x amount per video with a stipulation of 10+ mins and min depoist of £350 per video and they can keep the winnings. The comment about streamers saving balances for the next video does seem to be a running theme with this casino, so it does need clearing up as I dont think the affliction package is similar to other casinos.

I have absolutely no problem that a streamers makes a % off my loss or a one off payment (simple affiliation and everyone at some point as bought off an affiliate) I get enjoyment from their videos and a welcome bonus that I must of been happy with; its also less money in the casinos coffers.

Where I do have a problem is when I am not told you are required to stream their site to the viewer for X amount time or X amount of money even if it is your money (if they are topping up your account everyday then that's just wrong) as this is misleading and is actually against the law which I will explain below.

Being transparent is key but some viewers think they have the right to know the ins and outs of a streamers arsehole so there needs to be a correct balance but more importantly dont watch if you have concerns. you should watch for the entertainment.

I think Spinz casino and the new deals they promote should be more transparent to its viewers, as this could be breaking the law. #AD where influencers are paid, need to make their viewers aware its an #ad or face a fine. Its probably a grey area at the moment for Gambling streamers but I do feel you fall into this area and people have been fined months later for not making it clear to their audience so be careful boys!


Example- to disclose there is a business relationship between the person writing the post and the property, brand or product they are talking about. I would defo check out ASA .org.uk guide to being an influencer and complying to the regs!

02/06/2020 at 18:55 0 0 #5934 Jimboscooker
Posts: 49 User

Agree with the above post. In the UK it is for sure against the law. I'm sure it's against YouTube's terms of service aswell, maybe twitch but not 100% on that. Transparency is key. 

02/06/2020 at 19:35 0 0 #5935 moneyaire
Posts: 32 User

Don't forget Winston bet, Chip and Gab gamble there too. Apparently approached rocknrolla and hypalinx offering them £500. Thought gambling was for entertainment purposes only, seems a business with Chip posting 3 videos daily 

03/06/2020 at 11:21 0 0 #5939 Rowanvella
Posts: 44 User

moneyaire - 02/06/2020 at 19:35

Don't forget Winston bet, Chip and Gab gamble there too. Apparently approached rocknrolla and hypalinx offering them £500. Thought gambling was for entertainment purposes only, seems a business with Chip posting 3 videos daily 



I doubt they're getting 500 cash per video, maybe chip but definitely not Gab. I think Chip is definitely legit, even if he is being paid 500 per video that does not make him a fake streamer. Gab on the other hand... the man has never withdrawn. 

04/06/2020 at 09:21 0 0 #5954 shakinaces
Posts: 25 User

Seems hard to imagine that the casino would be funding Gabriel's videos in any way (either paid video or putting the money in his account) when the ones I've watched he seems to lose and spend most of the video moaning on about how terrible the games are. It's hardly a great advert to sucker people in to visiting the casinos he's playing on!

It does feel like it's only a matter of time before there is some sort of regulator starts to look at gambling streams and in turn that'll flush out any dodgy ones that can't continue once they are forced to meet certain standards.

Appreciate that they are shown for entertainment only, but it is a very fine line between that and being advertisements when (in many cases) the streamers are also reliant on directing people to deposit on certain casinos.

I have nothing against BTW and am happy that this is just another affiliate model and good luck to those making bank off it, but as has happened with tobacco and alcohol advertising, so it seems inevitable that gambling will be the next thing to face an advertising crackdown in the UK and it would seem reasonable that streams would be included in that.

Hopefully it isn't just a swing of the ban hammer, rather just much increased transparency and honesty which means only a minor amount of extra effort for legit streamers to continue but would force the more sketchy ones to clean up their act or go hunting another money making scheme.

04/06/2020 at 09:23 0 0 #5955 shakinaces
Posts: 25 User

PS talking of fake streamers - TCK that appeared on the recent CasinoGrounds video - surely there is something sketchy about a 20 year old kid starting to stream from nowhere and at $10+ stakes / $2k+ bonus buys? 😲

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