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9 August 2019 - 6:17pm

Who owns Slots.lv??

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I thought Slots.lv was a subsidiary of Bovada/Bodog group?

I asked on the phone today and the rep said in international company but they are not allowed to reveal the name of the company, as it is confidential.

Why does Slots.lv deny being under the same company umbrella as Bovada, Ignition etc.?

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10 August 2019 - 8:33am
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Hi, luckychick please put together your issues in one or two thread, that will be better for us to focus and discuss your issues together 🙂

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10 August 2019 - 10:08am
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Sorry,I just was told by slots.lv they were separate and not connected so I though I should inquire separately, as two separate questions.

Confused about why Slots.lv, Bovada etc have to lie still?? Anyone in the law enforcement could find out anyway and easily I would think???

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10 August 2019 - 10:12am
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I mean it is not like AT&T and Verizon share customer service etc....

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10 August 2019 - 9:45pm
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Why does it matter? We know they're owned by the same operator.

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10 August 2019 - 10:05pm
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Slots.lv and Bovada and Ignition all deny being connected except for customer service departments.....it seems that no one can confirm accurately who the operator or operators are for any casinos in this group. None of the, will not tell a player what company owns them....

I was making the point that companies might offer the same services like att and Verizon who have same service, iPhone, apps etc but don’t share any customer service so why would these casinos if they are separate.

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11 August 2019 - 11:24pm
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They are all part of the same group though some of them operate under different company names. Slots.lv is still listed as running under the company name Lynton Limited, which we have listed on our review page. You can find these details on their privacy policy page right now:

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Lynton Limited
P.O Box 2280
Kahnawake, QC
J0L 1B0
450-633-3530

I don't know if this info is out of date though as they are definitely not regulated or running under a Kahnawake license any more.

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11 August 2019 - 11:43pm
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Thank you for your answer....are they all under the same parent company? I would think so....because you can still be a separate company but under a larger umbrella.

Slots.lv, Ignition and Bovada are definitely NOT regulated by Kahnawake Gaming Commission...have not been since 2016. Please see attachment....

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12 August 2019 - 12:23am
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Yes they are all ultimately owned by the same organisation.

I know they aren't Kahnawake licensed, that's what I said.

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12 August 2019 - 1:37am
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My bad.....I read your post to fats and obviously wrong. You were actually the user who informed everyone when it happened.

Not sure why these casinos are so secretive about this....and white lie to players. It is out money that runs the companies so shouldn’t we have the right to know???

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12 August 2019 - 3:02am
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Its because they accept American players which creates challenges and no doubt they want to make it as difficult as possible for angry US politicians and lawyers to find their source of funds. They have had money seized by Uncle Sam in the past.

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