Poker Brand Of Bovada Returns To Most U.S. States

After a break of almost one-year, the unregulated Bovada online poker room has returned to U.S. to cater to the players of the U.S. once again in unregulated markets.

The company made an announcement in this regard in late August via sending an email to customers and posting this information on the website of the company.

Before September 2016, Bovada was operating successfully in the region and was known as one of the most popular on demand online poker rooms all over the world, it was in the position of No. 3 according to the information revealed by traffic trackers at PokerScout. But, despite enjoying the popularity and success, at that point, the company declared a transition, presumably selling its poker to Ignition Casino and closing its set up on Sept. 30.

Once licensed by the Gaming Commission Kahnawake, but operating in disregard for U.S. law, Bovada at the present time lists no regulating gaming commission on its official website.

The poker what is offered at the Ignition turned out as a clone of the Bovada client. This led many players to believe that the poker room is still under the ownership of Bovada, but the banners being simply replaced.

But now, the brand of Bovada is back, while the Ignition skin carries on as well. And all are the part of the PaiWangLuo Poker Network. It is the one which acquired the Bodog Poker Network (BPN) along with all of its skins in the early 2017.

So, this is a great news for the poker player who love Bovada and want to play on the platform more.

One of poker player who has good experience with Bovada said I am really delighted to see Bovada is back I was really waiting for this platform.