Fair and safe casinos are those that meet all criteria to be fair casinos and have also implemented measures that prevent players from accidentally doing something against the rules or their own best interests. A fair and safe casinos takes an extra step towards protection of players.
Fair and safe casinos should therefore prevent players from accidentally breaking the Terms and Conditions, Bonus Terms and Conditions, or doing anything else that might jeopardize the money in their player accounts. Specifically, fair and safe casinos should:
- Enforce maximum bet sizes, restricted games and other bonus conditions.
- Warn players when they are about to do something against their best interests (for example taking another bonus that would void winnings from the previous one).
- Check for multiple accounts at account creation (like checking the combination of a new player’s name and birth date in the database and displaying a warning if a match is found).
A ‘fair casino’ is an online casino that:
- Pays out all legitimate winnings
- Doesn’t have any unfair clauses in their Terms and Conditions (T&Cs)
- Doesn’t use any deceitful practices to trick players
- Enforces restricted countries (doesn’t allow players from them to create an account or play from a restricted country) and restricted bonuses (only gives bonuses to eligible players)
Even casinos with fair rules and good approaches to gambling can sometimes be tricky for players. In some cases, players might not be aware of certain rules and break them accidentally despite the rules themselves being fair in our opinion. This is why we believe all rules should be technologically enforced by the casinos to stop players getting into trouble on accident.
What does the term “technologically enforced rules” mean? It means that if a casino has, for example, a maximum bet limitation of 5€ when playing with bonus money, it shouldn’t allow players to place bets higher than 5€. The casino’s system shouldn’t accept any bets higher than that, which would mean players wouldn’t be able to accidentally break a rule that they might not be aware of.