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The Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority has filed an update on the Everleaf Gaming debacle concerning the money that the former betting network owes to its players.
The LGA filed the report claiming that most of the players have been paid within the country's Remote Gaming Regulations. Furthermore, the LGA claims that Everleaf is in regular contact with the regulator to process existing legitimate claims.
The issue arose when the network was met by a Cease and Desist order by U.S. Homeland Security, causing the firm to leave the American betting market. A raid on the network's payment processor put much of the funds in jeopardy.
Players who are still having problems getting their money from Everleaf are encouraged to contact the LGA Player Support Department at [email protected]