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Lucky Balls, Duel 5, Casino Broceliande to Close

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This week B3W announced that a variety of casino sites operated by Gantor International Ltd. will be shutting their doors effective March 10th. The closures will affect Lucky Balls Casino, Casino Broceliande, and Duel 5 Casino and were announced in an email to affiliate sites.

The email read:

Dear Partner,

Please be informed that the following 3 sites will stop operating and shall close all their activity on Thursday 10th March 2016.

- duel5.com
- luckyballs.com
- casino-broceliande.com

All players have been requested to withdraw their funds before this date. Any commission generated until this date (even if below the payment threshold) will be paid in April by latest 15th April 2016.

You are kindly requested to remove any banners and links referring to the above sites.

On behalf of the owners of these 3 brands, we thank you for your business.

We thank you for you kind attention.

Players are urged to withdraw their funds before the closure of the sites as quickly as possible.

We took the time to review Lucky Balls Casino last year, and found that the casino was relatively average, as there was a large library of games but a 48-hour hold on withdrawals and low withdrawal limits held the site back from being anything special.

No reason for the closure was given, and Casino Listings will update this story as more developments arise.

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bgsharpe
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3 March 2016 - 11:38pm
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Never played at some of these casinos a but it's just the market works, for me is curious what's the reason for the closure of all three sites. Nonetheless all the customers have been informed to withdraw their funds which is the right thing to do in this situation.

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4 March 2016 - 12:07am
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If they haven't stated a reason for closure then it is safe to assume that it is because they aren't making a profit.

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6 March 2016 - 8:27pm
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CL-Ed wrote:

If they haven't stated a reason for closure then it is safe to assume that it is because they aren't making a profit.

Yeah you probably right Ed, I just though there's might be something more behind that but like you said the luck of profit is probably the most likely reason.

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