Mybet Casino preparing to leave the French market
This policy of accepting players from France using an affiliation link but refusing players logging on directly to the site could be the first signs that Mybet Casino is leaving the French market. In fact, it’s highly likely that Mybet Casino has received warnings from the Arjel recommending that it no longer accept players. Which is what Mybet is doing in a disguised manner since this online casino looks good by refusing players arriving directly ( editor’s note: not arriving via an affiliation link) but on the other hand laying out the red carpet for players using an affiliation link.
Mybet has a European licence, a Maltese licence to be more precise, and so it finds itself in an ambiguous situation. The Arjel only needs to complain to the European Commission for Mybet to withdraw from the French market from one day to the next. If this happens, all of the affiliates will find themselves in a difficult position since the whole pool of players will instantly become “useless”. This is what happened to the Playtech and Microgaming casinos which withdrew in one day from the French market.