JazzSports player finally paid in full
A JazzSports (SBR rating D+) player who was owed over $100,000 for more than two years has been paid in full. A second Jazz player also owed in the six figure range is near the completion of his payment plan. SBR is reaching out to the other users who were owed thousands by Jazz to follow up on their payout statuses.
SBR last reported that JazzSports was slow-playing a handful of winning bettors to the tune of over $206,000.
JazzSports, which is based in Costa Rica, claimed that these bettors were not the highest priority to be paid due to their non-recreational play and different understandings with each player on how much money could be processed at a given time. The claim was made that regular (smaller) bettors have not experienced payout delays.
SBR has received little new feedback from JazzSports users as of late. Players that may be in need of sportsbook assistance or have payout experiences to share are encouraged to write in to SBR. Players may also opine in the SBR Sportsbook & Industry forum.
SBR will update this report if it has been determined that JazzSports is up to date on the outstanding cold case slow-pays.
JazzSports is part of the DPT Sports Group, which also powers ABCIslands and Looselines among other skins.
In light of the positive payout news, JazzSports rating has been adjusted from D to D+.
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