More Online Casino Closures

Duel 5, Lucky Balls and Casino Broceliande advise imminent exit from online gambling market

The managements at three more online casino sites have advised their players that the operations will be closing with effect from March 10 this year.
The sites concerned are Duel 5, Lucky Balls and Casino Broceliande, all sites that have been around long enough to have secured enough players for their operations to remain viable.
The closure appears to be an orderly affair, with players advised well ahead to withdraw any positive balances in their casino accounts before next Thursday, and promotions being wound up in good time. Customer support will continue for a brief period following the shuttering to deal with any outstanding enquiries.
Operated by Gantor International Ltd, all three casinos are owned and powered by the veteran online gambling company B3W Group and hold Malta licenses. Lucky Balls has also achieved UK licensing status.
Other long-established online casinos in the group that have closed include ParisWin and Long Harbour, whilst BetsKing and Monte Carlo recently halted the sign-up of new players and may be at risk.
For the operations at Yachting Casino and PlayGrand, it appears to be business as usual.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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