Last week we posted an article that Rival casinos no longer taking US players. Well, this turns out to be mostly white label casinos.
Now, this week it will be announced that Microgaming will close down American players. Microgaming used to let operators keep their existing American players before they moved to Malta.
Now that the DOJ recently seized PokerStars and FullTiltPoker domains it seems many online gambling operators don't want to be the next victims.
This means for American players that had older accounts at All Slots Casino or Ruby Fortune Casino for example, they were allowed to play.
Rival powered white label casinos are no longer taking American players as well. It is unknown if this is a temporary issue but at the moment casinos and slots lovers in America are running out of places to gamble online.
White labels mean they have shared customer support and payment processing so this represents plenty of casinos however at the moment there are still many other casinos still accepting American players.
The following white label Rival powered casinos are no longer accepting players from the USA: 21 Grand Casino, Always Vegas, Bet821 Casino, Club Vegas USA, Cocoa Casino, Connect2Casino, DaVinci's Gold, Dendera Casino, Fortune Reel, Irish Luck Casino, Lion Slots Casino, Mayan Fortune Casino Orangegamez Casino, Pantasia Online Casino, Paradise 8 Casino, Planet23 Casino, Ricardos Casino, Rockbet Casino, Royal Apollo, Ruby Royal, Sahara Sands Casino, Simon Says Casino, Slots Jackpot Casino, Slots of Fortune, Spintime, Superior Casino, SupremePlay Casino, This is Vegas, Tradition Casino Tropica Casino, Vegas Regal Casino, Vegas Sky Casino, VegasDays Casino, Malibu Club, Go Fish Casino, Vanguard Casino, Bet Cave Casino, Gibson Casinom Casino Lust, and Slot Power.
For a list of American accepted online casinos just look for the US flag icon.
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