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Online gaming firm Bodog Europe has left the Spanish gaming market ahead of the country's implementation of new online gambling regulations.
The exit from the market comes shortly after the company shuttered its services to the U.S. states of Maryland, New York, Washington, and Utah. Online gaming software developer Microgaming also pulled out of the Spanish market earlier this year while it waited for its gaming license to be approved; but Bodog Europe is reportedly not one of the more than 50 operators waiting for a Spanish online gaming license.
The company is requesting that Spanish players withdraw their funds from accounts, as they will be closed at the end of March.