A casino review site LCB warned players to stay away from Argo Casino. They’ve recently provided evidence the operator offers a series of fake slots, including NetEnt’s Emoji Planet, Pragmatic Play’s Big Bass Bonanza, and Quickspin’s Sakura Fortune.
There’s a sure way to know whether games are original or counterfeit. You need to find what server they are hosted from. Game suppliers have one or several official servers, and you should always see one of these servers when you inspect a game’s page. Below is the Hell’s Kitchen game page, and the server is evo-games.com.
That’s the verification method LCB used. They tested a few slots from different providers and found that they are all hosted from the same c27.games.com, which isn’t used by any of the providers. Those content builders do not belong to the same family, and don’t share servers. This alone is a legitimate proof that games are fake.
Another thing pointed out by LCB is that some of the games available on Argo Casino site are discontinued. That means you won’t be able to test or play for money original slots, and those still available are 100% fake.