Place/Date: Curacao - March 7th, 2017 at 11:50 am UTC · 2 min read
Contact: Kate Garber, Source: BitStarz
The max bet protection functionality is helping players sticking to the bonus terms in the casino. Terms and conditions needs to be carefully read, and even though many of the rules are just common sense clauses, there are some that are there to prevent promotional abuse, which if not observed, can cause for confiscation of winnings.
The most common rule would be the max bet rule for bonus money, which states that a player should not bet over a certain amount while playing with bonus money. This term is very common across many online casinos, and it’s important that the player in question stays below this limit.
Request came in from players asking to receive assistance in staying below this limit, and today a technical max bet protection limit has been set in place, preventing the players to bet over the allowed line and won’t risk to have any funds removed.
Bitstarz.com offers games of several different providers in a hybrid multi-currency environment being is one of the leading bitcoin casinos in the market, always on the front line of releasing new and exciting games. They’re also top-ranked among over a thousand casinos on the world renowned casino site AskGamblers.
The Marketing Manager of BitStarz, Kate Garber commented: “At BitStarz, we believe it’s absolutely vital to have a good relationship with our players, and listen to what they have to say. I’m delighted we’ve been able to find a technical solution to this and met our players request, and would like to state that we’ll always have our doors open for feedback”.
BitStarz, is a well-established boutique casino and was first to offer wagering in both Bitcoin and major international currencies. BitStarz has more than 800 games in its portfolio and are most known for their lightning speed cashouts with an average payout time of 10 minutes as well as their personal customer service agents. It holds a gaming license issued from Antillephone N.V., based in Curacao.
Disclaimer: BitStarz is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to FDIC and other consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only.