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WorldWinner.com
Founded and Online Since
April 18, 1998
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Minimum Age to Participate
18
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Company Overview
WorldWinner, a subsidiary of GSN, hosts online competitions that intensify casual games with the thrill of playing for cash and prizes. Casual games are commonly defined as those that are easy to learn, but difficult to master; can be enjoyed in short spurts; and are easily accessible to everyone, with no need for special equipment. WorldWinner players can choose from more than 35 games across several genres, including Arcade, Card, Game Shows, Sports, Strategy and Word. Some of the most popular games available on WorldWinner include Bejeweled 2, Cubis, JEOPARDY!, SCRABBLE® Cubes, Solitaire and Wheel Of Fortune.

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2.2
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3.0  (1)
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2.0  (1)
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2.0  (1)
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1.0  (1)
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Potential to win boatloads of money, premium tournaments make earning cash a lot faster

+ Rewards Points are a great incentive to keep playing cash games

+ Better version of Bejeweled 2

+ For an avatar, you get to pick a sheep doing its "O" face

- Once you reach "highest" or "higher" ranks in most of the games you have to be pretty damn good to win frequently

- No one shares the same layout in Bejeweled 2, it's a crapshoot

- If you get careless you can lose your money fast

- Chuzzle sucks on WW, replace it with King's version ASAP plz
Overall rating 
 
2.2
Site User Friendliness 
 
3.0
Rewards / Earning Potential 
 
2.0
Payout 
 
2.0
Support 
 
1.0
Trustworthiness 
 
3.0
Reviewed by Wael June 12, 2013

Rewards Points are a great incentive to keep playing cash games

Potential to win boatloads of money, premium tournaments make earning cash a lot faster

+ Rewards Points are a great incentive to keep playing cash games

+ Better version of Bejeweled 2

+ For an avatar, you get to pick a sheep doing its "O" face

- Once you reach "highest" or "higher" ranks in most of the games you have to be pretty damn good to win frequently

- No one shares the same layout in Bejeweled 2, it's a crapshoot

- If you get careless you can lose your money fast

- Chuzzle sucks on WW, replace it with King's version ASAP plz

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  • Guest - Sanborn

    Worldwinner.com is a US based website and has been around for since 1999. My first payout at worldwinner.com literally took 3 business days, pretty darn fast!

    Also, they offer live chat sessions regarding most of your problems from Monday to Friday from 1pm - 10pm. So far they have answered my questions fairly well. I recently sent them an email regarding their FairRanking System: I believe I was unfairly matched; it's worth a seperate thread.

    Worldwinner.com only offers tournaments with fixed prizes; even with Limited Time tournaments, no matter how many people sign up for it, the 1st place price (and the other prizes) will stay the same. This means that if a limited time tournament with a $1 entry fee has $100 in prizes, and 200 people play in that tournament, then Worldwinner has made quite a bit of profit don't you think?

    All the matching that takes place on Worldwinner.com (with the exception of lobby games) is not the least bit transparent to the members. How do we know that their FairMatching system works like advertised? On King.com members at least get to see what their individual game rankings are. If you're wondering, your Player Level on Worldwinner.com is not used during the matching process as your Player Level only shows how many games you have won. Your Player Level can only increase.

    You also have the option of trading in reward points which you earn by playing games for gift cards, in game credit, and if you play long enough you can even get yourself a 60GB iPod (I'm 3.7% close to getting one )

    Comment last edited on about 1 year ago by Guest
    from Michigan, USA

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