188Bet exits UK and Irish markets

Visitors to the 188Bet.co.uk website were greeted with a notice informing them of the operator’s decision to cease activities in the UK, Ireland, Gibraltar and the Channel Islands. Customers were assured that 188Bet’s UK parent company Annatar Ltd was in no financial difficulty and that they would have until August 30 to withdraw any remaining funds in their 188Bet accounts. The closure “relates to 188Bet.co.uk only” and doesn’t affect other 188Bet-branded websites, according to the operator.
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188Bet abruptly shuts its UK, Ireland online gambling ops
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Visitors to the 188Bet.co.uk website were greeted with a notice informing them of the operator’s decision to cease activities in the UK, Ireland, Gibraltar and the Channel Islands. Customers were assured that 188Bet’s UK parent company Annatar Ltd was in no financial difficulty and that they would have until August 30 to withdraw any remaining funds in their 188Bet accounts. The closure “relates to 188Bet.co.uk only” and doesn’t affect other 188Bet-branded websites, according to the operator.

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