Unibet Poker leaves several gray markets
One of the best European poker rooms, Unibet Poker, has revised its policy regarding gray markets. A while back, players from Russia had trouble logging to their Unibet accounts. Poker players from Moldova and Kazakhstan faced the same problems.
The players reported that their accounts had been blocked. They tried to log into their accounts, but it was written the following: "Player disabled". When contacting the support service of the poker room, the players were told that the Unibet management had decided to close game accounts of players from Kazakhstan, Moldova and Russia.
Such a decision was taken because Unibet intends to exit gray markets that have no relevant legislation to regulate gambling activities.
According to Unibet representatives, financial losses after leaving the CIS countries market will be quite insignificant, while image of the poker room will significantly improve in the sight of those countries that have already accepted suitable gambling legislation.
How to withdraw funds from a blocked account at Unibet Poker?
- If you see the message "Player disabled" when entering your Unibet Poker account, then close the lobby and log in through the website of the poker room.
- Request a withdrawal through one of the available payment methods (bank cards, ecoPayz, Skrill or Neteller).
- If your tournament tickets haven't been converted into cash, then you need to contact support via online chat on the Unibet Poker website.
As a rule, money is withdrawn in a few hours. After a successful withdrawal of funds, you can think about an alternative to this poker room.