Sportsbook payout issues, SBR iGaming News

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SBR covers the ongoing Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) issues in today's SBR iGaming News video update. Other topics include another online sportsbook's bizarre rule which has lead to the confiscation of over €1,500 from a winning sports bettor. Players are encouraged to follow SBR on Twitter @SBRreview to never miss a news update.

SBR reported on September 9 that a player submitted a payout complaint. He deposited $300 on June 2, then cashed $2,000 on the US Open golf tournament, as well as an additional $4,500 on the PGA Championship. The player submitted his payout request of $1,000 on July 30. He had two other payouts requested the following week. He has yet to be paid.

The player detailed that he opened a support ticket with staff after he did not receive his funds within the time-frame promised by the website. staff have offered little to no information on when he could expect to receive payment.

The family is part of the BTG Global NV sportsbooks group, which is best known for powering Dimeline Sports (SBR rating D-). The brand was originally billed under the Safari Casino Group.

Dimeline Sportsbook and sister companies were listed in the SBR top five sportsbooks to avoid list. Many scam sportsbooks increase their marketing budgets and invent new bonus programs during the NFL and College Football seasons, attempting to lure in unsuspecting players from the North American gambling market.

Players in need of sportsbook assistance should write to SBR.

Follow on twitter. SBR has been the leading online sportsbook industry watchdog since 1999. Players in need of assistance should submit a sportsbook complaint form. Players with general questions may also contact SBR by writing to

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