Golden Palace Casino to Exit From The American Market?
Golden Palace Casino, who is notoriously known for clever advertising campaigns by buying obscure items on ebay, has announced its exit from the U.S market.
Golden Palace, which is one the most popular online casinos worldwide, was the last big name online casino who still hadn’t announced it plans in the aftermath of the Unlawful Internet Gambling act. Although the exact date when Golden Palace will stop receiving bets from Americans is not yet known, Golden Palace affiliates where told that starting November 15th, all dealings with Golden Palace regarding American players will move to a new online casino called Golden Casino.
Some industry analysts believe that although Golden Palace is withdrawing from the American market, it is not forfeiting all profits related to that market by a establishing a new entity through the newly registered Golden Casino.
It is worth mentioning that Golden Palace casino software is powered by Playtech which itself announced several weeks ago that it will no longer be a part of the American online gambling market. The relatively unknown Golden Casino seems to be working on a different software called Odds on Software.
Since Golden Palace casino hasn’t yet released an official announcement to its players, things could still take and unexpected turn although by analyzing the information given to affiliates it seems that information presented is a fair estimation of the future of Golden Palace Casino in the American market. We will about the story when new details are revealed.
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