Sun Poker Closes Its Doors
Site Blames iPoker Network Liquidity Split For Closure
SunPoker.com has closed blaming the iPoker network liquidity split but has reassured former player that their balances are safe and can be collected at OmniCasino.com.
In a statement at its website the company said, “As of November 5, 2012, SunPoker has been closed for play. For your convenience all player accounts have been moved to our flagship property Omni Casino.com.
“Your SunPoker account data is 100% safe and secure. You can now login at Omni Casino with the same Username and Password to access your account and funds.
“We pride ourselves on offering the best services and due to changes made on the iPoker network in September 2012, we could no longer provide our valued members the poker experience they have come to know and enjoy at SunPoker. We thank you for over 10 years of “fun in the sun.
“All SunPoker player account details and balances are safe and have been transferred over to our flagship brand Omni Casino in full. You can login into Omni Casino’s Cashier and deposit or withdraw in the exact same fashions previously available at SunPoker.”
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