Boss Casino surrenders MGA licence

| By Daniel O'Boyle
Boss Casino has surrendered its Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence and will shut down its site tomorrow (8 June).
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The operator has already stopped allowing customers to play on its site, which is now only open in order for customers to withdraw funds or request refunds. It said that customers should request any refunds by 8 June.

β€œIn 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,” it said.

The operator added that any money held in accounts after that date will be sent back to the last payment method used. 

Boss held a Type 1 Gaming Services licence from the MGA, which allows for house-banked random number generator (RNG) games. The licence was granted in 2018.

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