William Hill has announced that it is to exit the Estonia and Portugal gambling markets by the end of the month due to “recent regulatory developments”.
In an email to affiliates, the bookmaker said that none of its products will be available to access in the two countries as of June 28.
Players will still have access to their accounts in order to withdraw any existing funds, but affiliates will be required to remove all marketing materials from their websites that relate to Estonian and Portuguese punters.
“We would like to inform you that following recent regulatory developments in Estonia and Portugal, with effect from June 28th 2015, William Hill will cease to accept business from customers in Estonia and Portugal,” William Hill said in the email.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your efforts and our joint work together over the past years in the Estonian and Portuguese markets.
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