Casino operator Boss Casino on Tuesday announced that it is surrendering its Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence and will be closing its doors, and website, effective 8th June (today).
This week, the operator had already stopped allowing operators to play on its site, and up until today it was only open to provide customers the opportunity to withdraw funds or request refunds.
Boss released a full statement on its now defunct website to say:
” We are sad to inform you that Boss Casino is in process of voluntarily surrendering its Malta Gaming Authority license (MGA/B2C/470/2018) and shall no longer be operating.
“The site is working only for accepting requests from the clients regarding withdrawals and refunds. In this respect, please request the withdrawal of all funds held in your account by the 8th of June. In the event that you do not independently seek to withdraw such funds, Boss shall attempt to remit such funds to you through the same payment method through which you deposited such funds. Please note that such attempts by Boss shall last until the 8th of June. After such date, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further guidance on the way forward.
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