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03.12.2013 (10:29 AM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook (SBR rating A) betting odds have been added to the NCAA Tournament Betting Futures grid released by Sportsbook Review.com Monday morning. Following Selection Sunday, betting odds will also be posted by online sportsbooks for the 2013 NCAA Men's Championship. Make sure to get the best available odds for your prospective tournament wager!
12.08.2012 (11:50 PM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook (SBR rating A) users report website downtime from 9PM-11:45PM ET. A representative of Bovada commented on SBR Forum that users still having difficulty accessing their accounts or with general inquiries should write to email@example.com. Players may also reach Bovada via telephone at 1-888-263-0000.
08.15.2012 (02:42 PM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook has returned to its original rating of A. On May 23rd, SBR downgraded Bovada to B+ after its payout time-frame increased to an average of 30 days in some cases. Bovada worked through its backlog, clearing all outstanding payments and shortened the payout window to 5-10 business days. Users with feedback can write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
08.15.2012 (02:21 PM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook upgraded from A- to A
08.08.2012 (03:46 PM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook upgraded from B+ to A-
06.19.2012 (09:21 PM CST)
SBR newswoman Natalie delivers a sportsbook industry news update. Natalie is joined later in the program by seasoned dispute expert and legal mind Justin7. Covered in today's program are updates on BetUS, Bet770, BetAtHome, Bovada, as well as a peek into Justin's sportsbook dispute case-load.
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05.23.2012 (07:00 PM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook downgraded from A to B+
05.21.2012 (11:49 AM CST)
Bovada Sportsbook (SBR rating A) processing time has been extended to an average of 30 business days in some cases. Management tells SBR it expects processing time to be shortened and back to the regular time-frame soon. SBR will update this report once the average payout time-frame has returned to normal.
03.14.2012 (02:40 PM CST)
Bovada (SBR rating A) has closed the accounts of players residing in Maryland. Players will be paid their balances in full. Bovada management tells SBR that they are communicating through email and telephone to impacted players.
On February 27th, SBR reported that Bodog was the latest sportsbook to have a ".com" domain confiscated. A federal indictment was unsealed by the U.S. attorney's office in Baltimore, naming alleged Bodog executives on charges of unlawful gambling.
Before year's end, SBR reported that the Morris Mohawk Gaming Group's brand licensing agreement expired with the Bodog Brand. As a result, MMGG rebranded their sportsbook as Bovada. No Bodog brand licensee currently serves the US market.
Maryland players with feedback are asked to write to SBR.
03.05.2012 (07:39 AM CST)
Bovada (SBR rating A) will close their Costa Rica office and consolidate wagering services with their Antigua operation. Some of the staff will be moving to the second and now primary wagering center. With the change, Bovada will offer betting online-only which was already planned to change following March basketball. The customer service center will remain the same and players are expected to be able to call for account inquiries and receive the same level of customer service during the migration. Bodog Brand managers tell SBR that the Costa Rican office was only a third party service provider company but there was concern that Costa Rica would wrongly interpret the indictment against its former sportsbook website domain, Bodog.com. We are also told that all former employees from the Costa Rica service company will be paid full severance.
12.14.2011 (07:54 AM CST)
Bodog (SBR rating A) is changing their domain name for US players. Bodog.eu players will be able to access their accounts at www.Bovada.lv. Bodog is in the process of migrating all affected player accounts to the new website. Though the domain itself is changing, Bodog's US players will have the same software, platform, customer service and betting options to choose from. Bodog released a statement to all .eu players this morning addressing the change. | Full Bodog statement
[quote]Bodog.eu is changing - New Name, New Look, Same Great Service
Morris Mohawk Gaming Group's ("MMGG") brand licensing agreement with
the Bodog Brand is expiring at the end of this year and as a result MMGG
will no longer be offering its services using the bodog name or from
the website, bodog.eu.
From today, December 14th, MMGG will
continue to operate as it has for over 4 years, just under its new name,
BOVADA, at www.bovada.lv.[/quote]
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