In light of the US Department of Justice indicting more online gambling operators yesterday, Bookmaker.com has issued a statement to confirm they are moving domain temporarily. They also said that that business is as usual and that no player accounts have been compromised in any way. The Bookmaker.com statement read:
“As you may already know, Bookmaker has temporarily lost the rights to the Bookmaker.com domain. We are confident that in time, it will be returned to us, until then, we have launched a new, temporary site: bmaker.ag. Despite having lost the domain, none of the business operations have otherwise been affected. Player account balances and information are safe and secure. Effective immediately, players can log on to bmaker.ag and its business as usual.
You likely won’t notice any other changes at all and will experience all the same features and benefits as our original site; just on a new address. We sincerely apologize if you were affected by our interruption. As always, if you have any questions or concerns please call our customer service department at 1-866-9Bookmaker.”
Bookmaker.com seems determined to carry on despite having their domain seized but they will probably stop accepting wagers from US players shortly much like Poker Stars and Full Tilt Poker. As soon as they agree a settlement with the US Department of Justice, the domain will be returned. As soon as news of Bookmaker.com’s next actions breaks, we will report it. Be sure to check back for updates.