GG Poker Network leaves eleven European countries
Good Game had scheduled a major software update for today, November 4. 6+ Hold'em will be added, and restrictions to multitabling will be applied. But it didn't cross our mind that new geographical restrictions will also be placed on site. Since today, poker players living in the following countries won't be able to login into any GG Poker network skin:
- Czech Republic;
The GG Poker representatives confirmed that the players' money is safe and available to withdrawal.
Why is GG Poker Network leaving European countries?
Each one of the countries affected by the GG Poker network decision has something in common: online gambling has been forbidden, or there are projects to strictly regulate it.
As GG Poker Network is now a TOP3 network holding licenses from several authorities (even one skin operates legally in the UK), they must be more careful now to fully comply with any gambling law.
How can I withdraw my funds if I live in a country restricted by GG Poker Network?
As poker players cannot access the lobby of the poker rooms, the only way to withdraw their money is to log in with username and password directly on the skin's website and choose the cashier option (if there is no cashier button, click on deposit).
We have no doubt that GG Poker will promptly pay all players, and the only loss will be an excellent option to play; in fact, PokerOK assumed all the debts of Lotos Poker when the room closed abruptly this year.
Where can I play online poker if I live in a country restricted by GG Poker?
There are still many poker rooms and poker apps operating on restricted markets, including but not limited to Pokerking, Tigergaming, PPPoker, etc.
Our recommendation for grinders affected with the latest GG Poker decision is to contact our team and request our round-table service:
- Telegram: alexey_wpd
- WhatsApp: +66658566798
- Skype: live:newbheartstoned
- Email: [email protected]
- Facebook: wpd.alexey
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