Casino audits legit?

    • 95 posts
    November 22, 2022 12:57 AM PST

    I wanted to see if one of the casinos I play at was current on their audit so I read the certificate they had posted on their site. It was up to date and looks good however, if you read carefully it seems that the auditor is "given" data logs by the casino that "represent" actual game play. It seems the certificate is either worded poorly or that the auditor is actually provided data logs by the casino. In my opinion, a genuine audit would take the data from anonymous game play from random games on the casino so that the data could not be manipulated.  Below is the actual certificate (casino name changed)

    The Certified Fair Gambling seal is provided to those casinos that are willing to submit to ongoing fairness audits of their casino gaming software. Games audited at "whatever" Casino for the month of August 2022 include:
    • Table Games
    • Video Poker
    • Keno
    These audits are conducted by examining the complete data log files provided by "whatever" Casino and supplied to Certified Fair Gambling for the explicit purpose of conducting an independent audit of game fairness. In our opinion, the log files provided fairly and accurately represent the actual and total play. The audits conducted demonstrate that the casino games are operating in a manner that is statistically indistinguishable from the same games as offered in a brick and mortar casino. We conclude that the casino games offered by "whatever" Casino are operating in a manner that is statistically stable, un-biased and fair.

    What are your thoughts?

    • 100 posts
    November 22, 2022 2:20 AM PST

    You should contact the support service of the casino.

    • 26 posts
    November 22, 2022 2:21 AM PST

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