Online Casinos: Less Bonuses, Less Problems

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Dec/06/2017

CalvinAyre.com’s Becky Liggero talks to Simon Dunne of Broadway Gaming about how operators may attract new players and keep the loyal ones without spending too much money on bonus offers.

Relying too much on handing out bonuses to players, however, may become a burden for most operators, especially when governments impose hefty taxes, the CA website notes.

“I think what a lot of the problem that people have and the players have, and the industry at the moment is actually caused by bonusing,” Dunne told CalvinAyre.com. “A lot of the complaints that we would have are why players can’t cash out, usually it’s due to wagering requirements and things like that. I think with less bonusing there’s going to be less of these problems.”

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