The iGaming operator Shadowbet departed the UK regulated market as of Monday 4th May. Launched in 2016, ShadowBet is part of the MT SecureTrade Limited family. They are one of many companies who are partnered with Gig (Gaming Innovation Group) who will be departing the UK on 27th May due to ‘increased operating costs’.
No notification of the departure appears on Shadowbet’s website. However as of last Monday, you’re unable to register an account from the UK. Customers who have accounts at the casino should have received an email on Monday, stating the following:
‘We regret to inform you that as of 4th of May 2020 we will no longer be able to offer our services in your jurisdiction anymore.”
“Kindly be advised that from 4th of May 2020, you will no longer be able to deposit or be allowed any gameplay. The cashier will remain open until 4th of June 2020 in order to allow you to withdraw any pending balance.”
It’s therefore advisable to withdraw any remaining funds you may have with Shadowbet at the earliest opportunity.