MooreGames closure, SBR Industry News video
Sportsbook Review.com discusses recent online sportsbook industry news in this video segment dated Tuesday, May 21st, 2013. The headliner of today's show is MooreGames Sportsbook and Casino (unrated) going off-line without paying its players. Stay up to date with the latest sportsbook industry news by following SBR on Twitter @SBRreview.
MooreGames Sportsbook and Casino is the latest to go off-line.
SBR has received complaints from more than a half-dozen players that have not been paid over $5,000. Prior to pulling the plug, this company was slow-paying and making excuses as to their problems.
MooreGames claimed to be licensed in Curacao, which would amount to being a sub-licensee on one of the five master gaming licenses. However they operated their web servers in the United Kingdom and the location of their sportsbook servers and marketing is unknown.
The unrated bookie has not resurfaced or been heard from in any capacity since going lights out. SBR is continuing to investigate the situation and will pass on relevant details to players. Check the SBR newswire for any updates.
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