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BetOnline.ag Announces it No Longer Services Australia

May 3, 2018

Panama City, Panama – Betonline announced this week that it is no longer offering its online betting services to residents of Australia. Here is the statement: “Due to a review of the Interactive Gambling Amendment Act in Australia, we are no longer servicing clients from the region. This policy decision is effective immediately. This applies to both BetOnline.ag and Sportsbetting.ag.”

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Sportsbetting.ag is Betonline’s sister sportsbook operating out of the same locations in Panama.

The act to which the statement is referring is The Interactive Gambling Amendment Act 2017. Betonline and sportsbetting.ag now join a host of other sportsbook operators that have left the Australian market. Earlier this year, online sportsbook powerhouse William Hill sold its Australian operation to Crownbet.

 

 

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