Chinese Player Claims to Sue a Casino Online

Chinese Player Claims to Sue a Casino Online

An online casino player from China claims to have won a $100,000 jackpot at one of RTG casinos. We are not naming the casino’s name before the trial takes place, because according to the player he is going to press charges against it. The fact that online gambling is actually not legal in China and that there is basically no way he could have joined an RTG casino in this country does not stop him.

An unregistered Jackpot

The player C.L. even names the game that brought him the huge jackpot. It was Cash Bandits and he claims to have played it around the Chinese New Year, which was in February. He says that he was playing this online slot when a lucky spin made him $100,000 richer. The narrow place in his story though, is that according to him he was not making top bets, which is a necessary thing with most online slots if you want to hit a jackpot.

How the story unfolds

After the win, C.L. quit his job right away. After being questioned by his wife about it, he told her he would not need work ever again. He also took all the money they had at the moment and threw a party with all the friends and a great deal of people he did not even know. Now he wants to charge the online casino for all the party spending (including a nice $200 bill for whisky, which is quite impressive, knowing that a bottle of nice local whisky is worth about $5 in China).

We contacted the representatives of the online casino that is the object of C.L.’s law sue. At the moment they did not know anything about this sue or even the player. For clear reasons they refused to say, whether they have such a player on their list, but promised to contact him as for it if they do have him.