Entrobet Bites the Dust

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Dec/06/2017

An online casino operation considered by many to be “rogue” has apparently gone offline.

An attempt to reach the Entrobet.com website Wednesday was futile though the affiliate site continues to come up. 

This should be of no surprise to regular gambling911.com readers.  We reported back in Mary that site owner Morten Viken was accused back in 2015 of defrauding a number of Norwegian players via his website 70Bet.

Viken would later claim that he had no ownership in the 70bet site other than being employed as a manager.  The moderators at oddsen.nu would later refute that assertion.

It was not immediately known what has happened to the Entrobet.com website or why it ceased operations.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

 

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