Asian slots offering wrongly advertised on IBIA website


Several slot studios’ portfolios were found within an online casino website that was wrongly advertised following either a hack or coding error on the International Betting Integrity Association‘s website. 

Advertising a company known as Slot Online Gacor 2023, for a short period of time anyone visiting the IBIA’s website would find a blatant promotion for the online slots company that looked to be targeting South East Asian players. 

Translated from its original Indonesian transcript, the advertisement read: “Through Gacor 2023 slots, you can play all the latest slot games using just one user ID via your device by relying on an internet connection. Online slots are one of the easiest slot games to play and do not require large capital or special skills to place bets. 

SBC News IBIA website shows rogue advert of Asian online slots 

“Only the Gacor 2023 slot site guarantees victory for its players, by registering the alternative link for the 2023 Gacor slot which has 24-hour online service and certainly not many other Gacor slot sites have it.”

Due to the nature of the IBIA and its approach to combating betting corruption, the promotional material was clearly a strange sight to the website’s users, especially considering it invited readers to gamble using a platform that contradicts the IBIA and its stringent compliance policies. 

A further look into the company shows that Gacor 2023 acts as a portal to several slots studios portfolios, including high-profile suppliers such as Playtech, Pragmatic Play and Habanero. 

SBC News IBIA website shows rogue advert of Asian online slots 

The advertisement also advised readers that they can use several methods of payment to deposit funds and make withdrawals on the site, including inputting credit card details. 

“Register by filling in the form…and your Gacor account ID has been created. Select the deposit menu if you want to bet using real money. Have a nice play!”, the message concluded. 

The IBIA has yet to respond to our request for comments on this issue, but the organisation did act swiftly to remove the promotional material from its website.