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Republican Senate Leaders in Kentucky Confirm Strong Opposition to Sports Gambling
Two Republican Senators in the state of Kentucky have made their position on legal sports gambling very clear. Senate President Robert Stivers and Majority Leader Damon Thayer released a joint statement announcing any casino bill that arrives in their chamber is “dead on arrival.Read More
BetDSI Sportsbook Complaint – Resolution
Update: The player confirmed receiving payment in full after waiting for approximately eight months.
Online sportsbook BetDSI has been downgraded to D+. On November 27, SBR reported that a BetDSI Sportsbook player has had a balance of $23,832.17 in limbo since August 4. The player’s account has been frozen for withdrawals since that time. Two new complaints have surfaced regarding unpaid balances.Read More
SportsbettingOnline player clears 18X rollover; $500 payout pending
Update: A manager with the online sportsbook has claimed the payout was sent in June, however the player claims not to have received his funds.
A SportsbettingOnline (SBR rating D) player has filed a payout complaint. After clearing a considerable 18X rollover requirement (the player had to risk 18X his deposit and bonus), he submitted a $500 payout request. The player’s payment has yet to be completed and after a month and a week of waiting, he has filed a complaint.Read More
Bitcoin payout complaint update
BetOwi Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) has paid the player who SBR reported was owed $500 from April 1st. No comment was provided on the average time-frame players must wait to receive payment through the popular digital currency. Bitcoin has taken the online sports betting world by storm allowing gamblers to more easily make transactions with betting sites.Read More
BetOwi addresses $500 bitcoin payout complaint
Sportsbook Review reported last week that a BetOwi (SBR rating D+) player reported that a $500 bitcoin withdrawal requested on February 23 was delayed. The player reported that his balance with BetOwi is over $2,000 and that he was concerned on why the payout had not been processed. BetOwi has addressed the complaint.Read More
SportsbettingOnline player feedback wanted
Players with feedback on SportsbettingOnline are encouraged to write to firstname.lastname@example.org. The online sportsbook has had a few payout related complaints in recent months, including an $8,200 complaint from a player that deposited through bitcoin, but has not had any recent issues submitted by players since a May report.Read More
AztecGaming (SBR rating D) off-line for three days
Aztec appears to be the latest World Gaming sportsbook to attempt to leave the Jazette Ltd-owned platform for the Futurebet/PlayerSupport turnkey hosting service. The domain name is now hosted on one of the Futurebet servers in Canada. Players have contacted SBR about their Aztec funds and report the site, absent of any notification message, has been down for over three days. Aztec Sportsbook will join I-Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D) and CasinoUnreal (SBR rating D) as the latest to make the switch to the slow-pay sportsbook operation. BetOnUSA (SBR rating D), which has been off-line for 9 days, is also said to still be in the process of moving all accounts to its new Futurebet platform but no further information has been provided. Players are unable to request payouts.
Sportsbook.com has not fixed wager grading errors
I-Sportsbook leaves Jazette group; players still unpaid
I-Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) defects from Jazette Enterprises Limited (Sportsbook.com Group); players still unpaid. Turnkey Sportsbook, I-Sportsbook.com left JEL, which has been unable to pay players for over two months, on the 15th of April for the Futurebet Gaming Network. Although many Futurebet white label sportsbooks are able to pay their players, I-Sportsbook client funds appear to be in limbo between the two hosting operators. The new version of I-Sportsbook.com claims it does not have player balances from when the site was hosted on the Sportsbook.com/Jazette servers. The situation illustrates the added liability in playing with turnkey properties and why most are rated significantly lower than operator-owned flagship brands.Read More
Processing struggle continues for Sportsbook.com Group
After nearly two months without a financial processing service, Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D+) was able to process some withdrawals, mostly by bank wire, at the end of March. Since then, SBR has received over 100 emails from additional slow-paid Sportsbook.com players. Management tells SBR that bank wires are no longer the optimal method due to volume restrictions from the processor, and that it plans to add a second wire provider within two weeks. While checks are currently the better option, the book is unable to reduce the amount of past-due withdrawals as word of the problems continue to spread prompting more cashout requests. SBR is told the Jazette Group plans to send all players an email on behalf of management tonight in an attempt to reassure its users.