Online gambling operator MaxEnt leaves Britain due to Brexit

Maltese online gambling operator Max Entertainment has announced that the company has made a tough decision to leave the UK gambling market due to possible Brexit-related issues. This is reported by the casinonewsdaily.com edition.
The operator said in a statement that it is withdrawing its license from the UK gambling market this month due to strategic business reasons related primarily to Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. MaxEnt said that UK citizens will no longer be able to open new accounts at the brand’s gambling establishments, while existing customers will be able to access their accounts for a short period only for the purpose of withdrawing their funds. After this period, players who still have funds in MaxEnt will be able to receive them by contacting the company’s support team and confirming that they are the account holders.
In the UK, MaxEnt operates four online gaming and sports betting brands, including the flagship casino Slotty, as well as GoSlotty, Vulkanbet and GGBet.
MaxEnt also said that now that Britain’s exit from the European market has been confirmed by the British Parliament, the company believes it is better to focus its efforts on other well-regulated European gambling markets.

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