The Stats for 2012 Self Exclusion in Kahnawake are Out
It’s official, online casinos created by casino developers are now keeping up with exclusion requests, at least in Kahnawake territory in Canada. Kahnawake is known well as being one of the most popular online gambling hubs in the world and they have a large number of casinos within the area.
In 2012 the territory gaming commission received a total of 60 different requests from people trying to keep themselves away from those very tempting games. Of the 31 requests that were actually put into place the majority of the requests were either for closing accounts down, limiting deposits into accounts, or totally excluding players from all participating casinos.
There were 8 requests to have deposit limits put in place at casinos.
There were four requests asking to have their accounts closed down at specific casinos which were honored.
There was 12 different requests to have casino access taken away completely with comprehensive self-exclusion requests being made.
There were another 4 requests trying to get a temporary comprehensive self-exclusion by the commission doesn’t offer that option.
Among the remaining members of the 60 requesters 28 of them simply did not give enough information for their requests to be honored so they have to send in something more substantial if they want to receive the benefits.
BY CASINOWEBSCRIPTS PUBLISHED 5 February 2013