Malta’s casino and online sportsbook operator, Kindred Group, has announced that its 32Red brand will be pulled out of poker starting Tuesday morning via the closure of its Gibraltar-licensed domain at 32RedPoker.
Based on a report from PokerNews, the company headquartered in Valletta sent an e-mail to all players listed on Tuesday advising them that the 32RedPoker site will be closed starting May 19 due to mothballs from its partner Microgaming Poker Network (MPN).
Issued in 2002, 32RedPoker, a veteran of the online poker world, visited poker88 but the e-mail was sent informing several players that the Bad Beat Jackpot domain was no longer activated with deposits that were not used because they were returned to the players. The communication outlines that the site’s Five Party Jackpots quintet will end similarly starting May 18 with excess funds set aside for the upcoming pool of freeroll prizes.
The news read e-mails from Kindred …
“We regret to inform you that 32RedPoker will be closed on May 19 when the MPN closes. Please note that you are still logged in to your account, banking and playing our casino games on 32Red after May 19. “
Wednesday’s report says Kindred spent about $ 213.5 million in February 2017 on the 32Red brand. The operator’s e-mail was subsequently mentioned to advise those who would still like to enjoy the online poker action to visit domains licensed in Gibraltar as well as the United Kingdom at Unibet.
Kindred’s confession is conveyed reading…
“Going forward, we are referring to Unibet, our sister brand, which will ensure 32RedPoker players receive the warm welcome they naturally receive.”
In related news, PokerNews reports that the MPN closure will come to move the domain at GrosvenorPoker to join the joys of Betfair, WilliamHill and Bet365 in becoming members of the iPoker Network of Isle of Man- innovators headquartered by Playtech. This domain notifies that the player’s account will be transferred automatically starting Tuesday, although competitors are required to select a renewed alias.