Five Merge Gaming skins have banned players from Nevada. Sportsbook.ag, PlayersOnly, SuperBook, Aced and Carbon Poker have all locked Nevada player accounts. These sites stopped accepting new players from Nevada last year. Existing players are now forced to withdraw their funds.
Players that try to access the poker section of the Sportsbook, PlayersOnly and SuperBook websites are greeted with this message:
This product is not available in your jurisdiction.
The Carbon Poker platform gives the following message when attempting to log-in to an existing account in Nevada:
Your account has been disabled for security purposes or because you are trying to log in from a restricted State or Country. If you have any further questions please contact customer support.
Nevada players must request a check to receive their funds. The maximum check amount is $2,500.
These five sites left the regulated markets of Delaware and New Jersey in January. These skins also restrict new players from New York, Washington, Maryland, Missouri, Washington D.C., Louisiana, Kentucky and Utah.
This move was not a network decision. Nevada players that prefer the action at Merge Gaming over the state’s three regulated sites may create an account at Poker Host. This was confirmed by a representative of the site today.
Juicy Stakes, a member of the Revolution Gaming Network, locked out Nevada players in September 2013.