Dice Girl Interview – Podcast Ep.012 of Gamblineers Crypto Casino Interviews

Adam Gros / Dec 01, 2023

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We talked with a professional streamer, Egle, who goes by the name Dice Girl. So if you ever wondered how one makes a living by playing slots, here are the answers. Plus, we talked about the most profitable games and what happens in sessions where money is lost, and much more.
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Listen to the whole interview below and check out our entire interview series on the Crypto Casino interviews page.

How did you enter the world of gaming and streaming?
It happened back in 2018. 2019, I was living in Barcelona at that time. I was in a casino with a few friends who were playing poker. I was waiting for them to finish a poker tournament and I had 20 eur in my pocket and I thought, all right, I’m going to try that machine while I’m waiting. So I put the whole 20 in. That was my very first game, and I remember I won over 200 eur. I was so excited and I remember we went for drinks after, it was really fun.

That was a sign!
I think it was a sign because it actually happened on the very first spin. I had no idea how those machines work back then. It was my very first game, a slot game. So I didn’t know how to adjust the settings, the bets, anything.

And after I came back to the casino a few more times. Then I moved to Vietnam, where I didn’t have a chance to go to baseline casinos, and I started to gamble online. And then the pandemic started, and I kept gambling online. And once I returned to Europe, I decided to try to stream. It’s fun to gamble, but it’s fun to have someone in the chat with, too.

But how long did it take you to go from just this occasional gaming for fun to an actual full-time job?
Well, I was still working when I got back to Europe and started streaming. After a year, I remember I felt tired – I had my job, then I was streaming, then trying to build a community and doing reviews… And I started to feel a little overwhelmed. So after a year, I had to make the decision… It was an easy call.

Walk us through a gambling session – from deposits to engaging with the community etc..
I start with a personal greeting – like hello and the nickname of the person who first joins the stream. And if I miss someone, people go like, hey, I didn’t get a personalized hello. It’s becoming a little tradition.

I prepare the deposit before the stream, and then I always prefer to start streaming with the newest games. I constantly check the newest game section in the casinos to see what new we got, and what games were released, and try them out. After the newest games, we’re doing tournaments, we’re doing bonus hunts, we’re having a little chat. And then it depends on what people want that day. The stream just goes with the flow. Everything goes so naturally.

Do you test those games before? If you decide to play a new game, are you checking out that game before you start streaming?
Sometimes, but usually, everything is live on a streaming session. Since I’m streaming five or six days a week, I rarely gamble after the stream. I’m streaming almost every day for 5 hours and more. My longest stream was 18 hours. After I’d done with streaming, I’m good for a bit, I’m good without the games.

Once you said that if you’re going to be boring, no one will watch you. And obviously, you cannot predict if you’re going to win or not. And more often than not, people playing in casinos do lose. So how do you keep your community engaged?
Yeah, there are streams like that… There are some bad sessions when you’re losing, and that’s not fun. It’s not good for my pocket and it’s hard to entertain. But I am blessed because I have the best community. People who watch my streams are very supportive.
If I have a bad session, they’re not mad, they try to be even more active in the chat, some get angry at the game, others crack jokes and share fun stories. People understand that sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. So it’s great to have that kind of a community.

You stream on Twitch, right? What about other platforms? Kick, YouTube?
Well, I tried to stream on YouTube and Facebook some time ago when I started streaming, but it didn’t go too well. So I stayed on Twitch and I’m not planning on going anywhere even though Twitch introduced a lot of new restrictions lately.

A lot of streamers went to Kick. But Twitch is a classic and I’m a little bit old-fashioned, so I like to stay with the classic.

What is your favorite game and why? I’m assuming it’s a dice game because of your name. But please correct me if I’m wrong.
I’m starting to think that my nickname does not make much sense after all these years. A few years ago, when I was thinking of a nickname, I was really into Backgammon, the oldest table game for two people in the world. I played that game every day, and dice are a big part of it. So, since I was playing it for over two years, every single day, I thought, I’ll be a Dice Girl. People call me Dicey or Dicey G. I like it.

But I don’t play Backgammon anymore, I play slots now.

Okay. Which game got you the biggest win?
I had a few, actually, a few really big ones. The biggest multiplier-wise, it was on Tombstone R.I.P from Nolimit City. I remember I bought a bonus for 300 eur. I was playing with the 10-cent bet, and I won over 70,000X. I ended up with a bit over 7.000 eur since I was playing with the 10-cent bet. Imagine if I was playing with one euro bet at least? That would be huge. But it’s still a nice multiplier, the biggest I ever had.

And the biggest single win was recently, one or two months ago, when I won 19.000 euros on Holy Hand Grenade by Print Studios. That was my new record.

What’s your experience with playing with crypto?
It’s good because I like that money transfers are so fast. And when you’re playing games in crypto casinos, you’re still playing with real money, there is no confusion.

You once mentioned that you’re able to recognize a good casino. So what makes a casino good, and what do you pay attention to when you look for a new casino to play?
So first of all, I think once you’re entering a casino, you see the design and how that casino looks. So only from that can you tell if it’s a good one. It should be easy to navigate, to find everything that you want from the settings or personal info or cash out games, and providers, it should be easy to use the casino. So it must have a nice menu. So that’s the first thing. And then, once again, I think it’s important that transfers are fast – either deposits or cashouts.

Do you also look for unique features in a casino? Something that another casino might not have?
I’m looking at the games mostly. So when I’m gambling and streaming, I’m concentrating on the slots and I check how many providers there are, what games they have, do they have any new games.

You also list casinos on your website. Do you get paid for that? Are you an affiliate? And then also on top of that, do you play with your own money or do you get the money from casinos?
With all the casinos on my website, we have an affiliate-based partnership.

And I play with my own money. I’m getting this question quite often in my streams and when I tell my viewers that I use my own money, they go like, oh, thank God, it’s so boring, it’s not interesting if it’s not your own money. Because then if you’re winning, you’re getting nothing, and if you’re losing, it’s okay. There’s no adrenaline, no nothing.

You also said that you provide consultations for games. So, what’s the thing that you like to see change in the future when it comes to that?
Yeah, it would be nice if games were even more interactive and more adjustable. A lot of games have all the settings where you can change the bet, and decide how many spins you want to do to open the bonus or not if you’re getting it in the middle of the spins. There is a lot of settings already, but it would be great if games were even more adjustable for everyone’s taste and needs.

Recently we spoke with a game provider, and they mentioned making a game too complicated in the past in terms of including too many features, which made the game too complicated to understand and play, it was not intuitive anymore. Did you ever have an experience like that?
Yes, there are two providers and every time I enter their games, I’m confused. Where are the spins, how can I change the bet? I see my balance only in points. I have to do the math first to count how many points is how much money. Why are they making it so difficult for players to just enter and start the game? So yeah, there are a couple of providers …

Okay, so one last question. What is next for you? What are your plans for the future?
I keep on doing what I’m doing because I like what I’m doing and I’ll keep on building a community on Twitch, keep on streaming. One more ebook about gambling will be released soon. I already did one and I have more ideas, projects etc.

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A gambling enthusiast and founder of Gamblineers with 10+ years of experience in online casinos, specializing in crypto gambling. Anything that needs calculating and charting is my passion, my goal is finding new opportunities and I believe that crypto is the future. I find weird things interesting, because they spice up my life. My work has been featured in many renowned gambling publications like the Gambling Insider and the iGB Affiliate Magazine.

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