rocky history has been endured by the site that was once known as mobibet. Any users attempting to access MB24 will discover that they are unable to play at the site, even though it is still technically live.
UK users have been unable to access MB24 since 31 October 2014. A change in national legislation meant that all online gambling operators serving UK residents were required to be licensed by the Gambling Commission. Users attempting to access MB24 from the UK will merely be linked to 10Bet, a sports betting site.
Industry professionals had speculated that MB24 might remain live in select international markets. However, sources revealed that the decision to completely close MB24 at the end of the may “was an investors’ decision after the closure of the UK market”.
By operating for a further four months after its UK exit, it would appear that MB24 did try to maintain operations despite being cut off from a flourishing market.
No confirmation has been given as to whether or not MB24 players have been able to withdraw their funds. However, a number of MB24’s business partners have been struggling to claim earnings owed to them. That could suggest that players are also having a difficult time.