Online Sports Betting Punter Denied $100,000 Win

Leonbets claims punter held multiple accounts in contravention of T&Cs

In what could be a new online gambling scandal, a sports betting punter has claimed to Sportsbook Review that the Belize-registered operator Leonbets Gaming has unjustifiably disqualified $100,000 in winnings achieved over a two month period.

SBR reports that the player was told he was guilty of violating Leonbets website terms and conditions by operating multiple accounts, a charge he vehemently denies.

InfoPowa is currently awaiting a response from the operator on the allegation.

UPDATE: This incident has since been resolved in full by the operator, and was in fact over an amount considerably less than $100,000 due to a miscommunication between SBR and the player. The amount outstanding was actually roubles and not dollars – a forex conversion that lowers the amount involved by a factor of 60.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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