How do casino/sports betting/bingo ratings work?
To ensure that the ratings on RakeTheRake are objective and impartial, all work from a formula based on what the partner offer. In other words; they get rewarded for offering additional features and improved deals to our players. So the better the deal, the better rating they will have with the maximum being ten points/stars.
For casino, sports betting, slots and bingo the ratings work of the following variables:
All partners get four base points. This is based on them being certified to be offered on RakeTheRake and to balance the ratings.
Every partner that offers a bonus gets one point.
The rest of the ratings are based on the pros and cons in the review of the partner. Pros and cons come from the Latin prō (“for, on behalf of”) and contrā (“against”). For example having a good selection of games and a solid customer service are pros that will reward the partner with extra points and on the other hand having a small selection of games, a limited bonus or even no bonus will result in minus points for the partner.
The partner get one point per pro with a maximum of five points. Cons means a 0.33 point deduction in the rating with a maximum of one minus points. If a partner has too many cons then we simply won't offer them on RakeTheRake.
The ratings are a living thing and as we add more data to the offers on RakeTheRake we will have more variables to work with for our calculation. At the end of the day the whole purpose is to show you, our members, what partners are offering more and which are offering less. All to ensure you can get the best possible deals in gambling.
At this moment in time we don't offer user reviews on RakeTheRake.