Recent scandals regarding rigged games has made GTECH and Finsoft players disturbed as the issue hits the media. It has taken the Gibraltar Regulatory Authorithy more than six months to reveal these results and players don't find the conclusions satisfactory as they knew this was happening long time ago.
Casinomeister was aware that the Hi/Lo Gambler wasn't working correctly and that wrong help files were spotted for being the reason of the mishap. The Authority acknowledged that features were at stake breaking interactive gaming laws in Gibraltar or any other type of jurisdiction.
These violations were the play money and real money games had unusual payouts and games with cards weren't randomed properly, instead they were fixed to produce a hold of 4% although it showed a 100% payback. The game was fixed to what the player would bet and would produce a bias against the possible winning numbers.