Kahnawake Gaming Commission strips BetSolo of license
Update 7/12: BetSolo has claimed that the player was not supposed to have signed up for their website due to his residing in England. However, the player registration was successful and he proceeded to win €7,000. BetSolo refunded his deposit.
The Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) has revoked the license of sports betting site BetSolo.
The license was officially stripped on June 29 according to a notice posted on the gaming commission website.
A BetSolo Sportsbook player has written SBR about an ongoing complaint over $7,000 which the KGC was handling.
In summary, a player claimed that he joined BetSolo in April of this year and deposited €500. He played the casino and withdrew €1,500 in profit without a problem. He redeposited in May and deposited €1,500 this time, increasing his balance up to €7,000 in profit. The player was allegedly not supposed to have access to the casino due to his being from England.
BetSolo Player: "I joined Betsolo in April and depositing approx 500 euros which I gambled up to 1500 euros in their casino and withdrew. I played again in May depositing approx 1500 euros which I gambled upto to over 7000 euros again in their casino. I can't recall the exact figures and no longer have access to my account to confirm.I took it up with their regulator in Kahnawake who conducted an extremely detailed investigation and ruled in my favour asking Betsolo to pay up. Betsolo have since lost their license although not as a direct result of my case apparently."
In light of the loss of its gaming license, SBR has issued BetSolo with a sportsbook rating of D-.
BetSolo players in need of assistance should submit a sportsbook complaint form.