22nd of April 2011 Author: Ava Jackuard
Due to the recent circumstances surrounding the seizure of four highly profiled poker domains by the FBI, Bingo Entertainment Network will no longer accept US players. It's a decision that was made fairly quickly. Within two days of the FBI swallowing up the biggest domains in the online poker industry, Bingo Entertainment closed their doors to the US region. As of Monday April 18th all new registrants from the United States will be blocked.
The once US friendly sites included A1 Bingo, Bingo Plex, Bingo Beez, Bingo Mega and Paramount Bingo. It comes as a surprise and an unpredicted announcement by the bingo community. Bingo hopefuls are not looking forward to a trend of other networks following suit. As a result other bingo sites have flourished as players find a new home.
It is difficult to project what hardships will follow for the American online player. Like Bingo Entertainment, some casinos have voluntarily closed off the US market in light of the recent ambush. Operators struggle to get a grasp on the next move of the US authorities UIGEA and fear the consequences.
All the US players and online gambling proprietors are left with is speculation. In time this too shall pass and will quickly be a bad faded memory as US players with be welcomed back into the fold of online gambling where they so righteously belong.
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