Online casino operator Dunder (Dunder.com), headquartered in Malta, has announced that it will be leaving the UK online gaming marketplace by the end of October.
The Malta gaming group MT SecureTrade’s online casino issued a statement to its players and media partners stating that it would start a phased shutdown of its UK activities, which will cease operations by the end of the month.
Dunder has released a timetable for its expected closure at the conclusion of its UK operations, under which the firm will aim to terminate all advertising inventory (media + affiliates) on 15 October.
The operator stated that player registrations and deposits from the UK were no longer approved by it.
Dunder reported that it had lowered UK consumer withdrawals to a £ 3 threshold by helping players close their accounts.
Dunder reported that as it finalises its exit from the sector, it will also disable all UK withdrawals, engagements and logins by 30 October.
Following its founding success as one of the first online casinos operated by the Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) platform within the Scandinavian markets, Dunder launched its UK profile in 2018 to become the new ‘online casino challenger band’ on the market.