Now Equity Poker Network Quits U.s. Regulated States (update)

Network followed Full Flush in withdrawing from Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey

Last Friday's reports that Full Flush Poker is withdrawing immediately from the three US states that have regulated and licensed online gambling – Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey – has been followed by news that the Equity Poker Network it uses has followed suit.

In a statement over the weekend the network announced that it would no longer provide real-money action or accept new sign-ups from residents of the three states. The network has informed its other skins and network players of its intentions, urging them to clear all real money accounts as quickly as possible.

The network said its decision was motivated by respect for the regulated environment in the three states, and the safety of its players.

The rival Winner Poker Network withdrew from the three regulated states some weeks back (see previous InfoPowa report.)

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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