Esports betting site GGBet.com will also close. This site shares branding with the more popular GG.Bet, though the latter site is not owned by MaxEnt and did not mention plans to close operations.
Prompts on the individual brand websites now direct consumers to withdraw their funds.
The message states: “As of 31/7/2022, [Brand Name] will be closing its doors for casino players. If you have a pending real funds balance in your account, please request a withdrawal at your earliest convenience.”
“Should you have a pending balance and cannot withdraw it, kindly get in touch with the customer services team for assistance.”
A further message on the MaxEnt affiliate programme website says that the sites will no longer accept new deposits as of today (21 June).
While the GB Gambling Commission revoked the operator’s licence in 2019, MaxEnt continues to hold a Malta licence.
In its decision to revoke the licence, the Commission cited concerns about the source of funds used for an acquisition of the business – and question marks over its new ownership – as the reasons for the revocation.