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MGS out of US

GamblerPlace asked 1 year ago
So, now that MGS casinos are out of US, I suspect that it have may caused a good deal of cash flow problem for many of them.

Do you think they regret the move?

6 Answers
slotplayer answered 1 year ago
yes, because an MG casino offered me a $500 chip to resume playing again.

GamblerPlace answered 1 year ago
If they offered you, they offered others… then let’s see if who ever plays go back under our affiliate accounts again.

:sarcasm:

thanks for the info.

casinobonusguy answered 1 year ago
Old players are still playing at Brightshare.Personally USA does not make up a big percentage of revenue so we have not been affected much.You have to adapt to changes and i would guess Microgaming casinos have moved their resources to other markets and probably are not second guessing their decision.

slotplayer answered 1 year ago
All my Microgaming players have vanished. 400+ players.
I had a couple of big players that played quite often but have stopped.

KasinoKing answered 1 year ago
GamblerPlace;193439 wrote:
So, now that MGS casinos are out of US, I suspect that it have may caused a good deal of cash flow problem for many of them.

Do you think they regret the move?

Of course they regret it!
If you got drunk one night & cut off your right arm, do you think you would regret it in the morning? :Cry:

Despite their protestations that ‘everything is OK’ I reckon the US market was about 50% of most MG’s player base…

KK

GamblerPlace answered 1 year ago
KK,

I liked the drunk/arm part. :roflmao: