St. John´s, Antigua – Intertops.com nnounced today that they remain open for business and will accept all bets and process all payments from American citizens.
Intertops.comDevelopments in Washington, DC earlier this month compelled publicly-traded gaming sites such as 888.com and PartyPoker to cease all US services. All services at Intertops.com will seamlessly continue, offering sports betting, casino, poker and games.
Intertops commented, “We consider online gaming to be legal in most U.S. states and sanctioned by the World Trade Organization.”
“We are licensed and regulated in both Canada and Antigua and comply with every law within the jurisdictions in which we operate. We are dedicated to offering our worldwide customers a efficient and enjoyable service via our online sportsbook, casino, poker room and games. As a privately owned and independent company we have arranged to fully accept and disperse payments for US-based gamblers.”
After offering the world’s first online betting platform in 1996 and an online casino in 1997 Intertops.com started its poker room and games in 2003. Intertops will not only continue to serve its own customers but has made arrangements to accommodate an considerable amount of new customers that have lost their betting accounts due to the shut-down of many online gaming sites earlier this month.
Intertops added “Intertops has been in business for 23 years, 10 of them online. Our reputation as a responsible and trustworthy gaming site stands alone. We will continue to ensure that deposits and payouts are as quick and safe as they have always been.”
Intertops.com is available online www.intertops.com, by email email@example.com , TOLL FREE 1-866-546-0406 or by regular phone line +1 268 480 3100
Betcorp sold to Bodog
Internet gaming Togel company Betcorp Ltd. of Australia has confirmed it has sold its gaming interests for a total of $9 Million (£4.8 Million) to to Bodog Entertainment Group SA.
In a statement to the London Stock Exchange, the company said it had sold its BetWWTS operations based in Antigua and Toronto for a cash consideration of £3 Million on completion and a further four equal quarterly instalments during the following twelve months.
In addition, Bodog will meet the current liabilities of $2 Million. This implies an enterprise value on the operations of $11 Million.
Betcorp said that if the operation has been closed down it would have cost approximately $6 Million in severance and closure payments.
The sale has been caused by the signing of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIEGA). Within the past fortnight, Sportingbet unloaded its US-facing sportsbook operations of $1.
Betcorp Confirms Sales Talk
Australian online gaming company, BetCorp, has confirmed that it was in sales discussions for the group’s gaming operations and infrastructure and will cut staff by around a third.
The group told the Australian Betting Exchange that it’s not certain that the talks will lead to a sale, or on what financial terms such a sale might take place
Betcorp suspended its US operations earlier in the week after US President George Bush passed the anti-gambling legislation into law.
Shares in the group have fallen by 77 per cent following news of the ban, and are now trading at 45 Australian cents. Betcorp said it will be making a further announcement within 10-days.