65k Followers, Following, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ROSHTEIN (@roshtein). Ein sehr beliebter Online-Casino-Streamer, der beschuldigt wird, mit Falschgeld zu spielen, ist Roshtein, aber es gibt noch viele andere. Casinos übergeben auch Fake-Casino-Accounts an die jeweiligen Streamer. euch nicht verarschen. Roshtein Streamer ist absolut FAKE.
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Whats your take on it? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. The money is not shared between games when you play in "practice" modes, so theres that..
My eyes has been opened : didnt want to believe it Its still entertaining. Posted August 26, Posted August 26, edited.
Nevermind, I figured it out. Later dude. Edited August 26, by Storyx. Just now, Storyx said:. Banned for asking a question?
This topic is now closed to further replies. Go To Topic Listing. Sign In Sign Up. Anyone with IQ above 50, knew he wasn't legit anyway? Hahahah but still sad.
I think the people drawn to his streaming personality will carry on watching in collective denial. So effectively the game servers are fooled by pretending to be real money play rather than demo play?
If that is the case, then surely the game providers won't be too happy with it all? How is it in comparison to other casinos?
I'm not an Angular expert myself, and not really into js in general, but I still think there needs to be some more conclusive than an "if" scenario.
And if it's actually the case, they obviously have to be reported to the Malta gaming authorities. The casino could be flagging actual cash spun as "fun" money and not be paying the expected cut to the provider.
That exact scenario just doesn't seem super likely either. Don't know mate, you are probably right. I wouldn't say that a lot of things is uncovered by forums.
Something does seem fishy about N1, it's just hard to pinpoint whatever it may be. It does necessary mean that the providers are being fooled.
It could just be a technical way to separate the currencies for reporting and that later on. What I know there is no way to load a game in "practice" mode with a set amount of money.
That should only be possible in a "real money" slot. I tried this yesterday. I will do some more testing before I confirm that it works.
What currency I get going into the game, I cant see Nor can I see if something happens when the game loads.
So I will do a new test during the day. For me, as much as I dislike Roshstein and N1 even more after seeing their newsletter which is utterly irresponsible I dont think this proves anything.
There is two different functions, where one of the is when you want to play for "real" and the other for "practice".
What caught my attention is that, when you press play for "real", there is a check if you have the currency of "FUN" in your user object, if so load that as default.
And here Roshtein while playing the Mahjong 88 slot was also getting additional spins but not three but twelve at once.
Here the game process was held step by step so the streamer only by his sixth additional spin began to get a considerable winning.
And the last three spins have multiplied his winning thrice. Each video shows a real delight and stormy emotions that Roshtein translates while playing so we cannot say that he is playing a role.
Except he is a genius actor worth Academy Award at least. Summing up, we can say the following. Roshtein is one of the modern digital media products.
He not only makes money thanks to his streams but he also creates unique content in his field that allows him to make a profit.
Of course, such a quick success could not go unnoticed, and in addition to the army of fans, the streamer appeared no less than an army of haters.
This is quite predictable, especially in a field such as gambling, where everyone believes that winning of another player is a fake or a trick.
Therefore, there are enough envious people among less successful players. But few people take into account the industriousness and efforts that the streamer himself makes to delight the audience with his videos, not to lose in the dust and at the same time keep the attention of the audience.
And as to whether Roshtein is fake, we can say this: even if he cooperates with the casinos in which he plays, then most likely he will be given increased bonuses, not fake amounts on accounts.
In addition, Roshtein obviously has its own affiliate program with many casinos, including N1 Casino, Casoola Casino etc.
And due to his promos, he gets quite good money, as well as through the monetization of his accounts in Twitch and YouTube. Everything about his videos seems fake , you can never see the real balance on the site he plays on , he never overreacts to massive wins , when i confronted him the other day on stream he spat his toys out of the pram and went loopy lala.
I asked him to transfer me some money so i can cofirm it for him I just tuned in a few days ago , blew like 5k in 20 minutes? I know everyone has there own limits but to not even be bothered?
I don't think he is, I think he gets a kickback beyond affiliation but is probably on a similar deal to what SodaPoppin was on. Is someone more legit if they use affiliate money rather than money given to them by the casino?
The money is from the same source the casino it's just a different way of obtaining that money. You could argue that anyone who uses affiliate money to gamble bigger amounts than what they would without it is a fake money streamer as it doesn't accurately portray a real life scenario.
I guess a lot of people are entertained by videos so it doesn't really matter anyway. I think streamers should be judged on how aggressive they are in tactics to push people to casinos, rather than the source of the funds they use to gamble.
Pushing people towards an addictive product should be done with a degree of care. I doubt he is playing with his money. I don't know if the casinos would be allowed to let him use play money while putting across the perception that he is using real money.
But there obviously something going on which Paul and other streamers would understand more than us but choose not to as they are frightened of upsetting people.
I understand there are people out there that beleive Paul and the bandit are benefiting from people losing there money - these people need a reality check.