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MATCHBOOK.COM SOLD AND BIDS U.S. FAREWELL
28th February, 2011 at 14:01:05
New owners intend expanding into the European and Asian markets
An e-mail to USA customers has advised that sports betting exchange, Matchbook.com has been sold to an as yet unidentified party and is no longer accepting wagers from customers in the United States.
The Financial Services Regulatory Commission of Antigua and Barbuda have confirmed that it has been advised of the transfer of ownership of Matchbook.com and has approved the transfer to the new ownership. It also states that World Sports Exchange Limited and World Sports Exchange Casino Ltd. trading as www.wsex.com no longer have licenses to conduct interactive gaming and interactive wagering from or within the jurisdiction of Antigua and Barbuda.
The notification sent to customers reads:
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NEW ANTIGUA TRADE BODY FORMED
01st March, 2017 at 09:10:06
Antigua Leisure and Gaming Association wants to help operators and restore the Antigua licensing jurisdiction to its former prominence.
ANTIGUA REGULATOR HASTENS TO REASSURE ONLINE GAMBLING LICENSEES (Update)
17th December, 2016 at 17:02:37
No new tax and licensing fees regime will be imposed without full consultation, officials promise.
ANTIGUA ONLINE GAMBLING LAW REFORMS CRITICISED
13th December, 2016 at 09:14:58
New tax and licensing proposals will make this island jurisdiction less competitive with rivals.
WORK BEGINS ON NEW ANTIGUA BUSINESS SERVICES CENTRE
27th October, 2016 at 08:53:23
Online gambling entrepreneur Calvin Ayre invests in new centre for international business outsourcing.
E-SPORTS FIRM WANTS TO BUY ANTIGUA CASINO TO HOLD E-SPORTS CONTESTS
11th October, 2016 at 08:37:53
VGambling reveals plans to create an eSports venue on Caribbean island.