Tivoli Casino to Close its Doors

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An email message sent to casino affiliates this week revealed that Tivoli Casino is planning to shut down next month, winding down operations without giving an explanation to customers.

The announcement was made by Tivoli's General Manager Martin Lerby, who sent an email to affiliates that read:

"Dear Affiliate,

It is with regret we must inform you that Tivolicasino.com will cease operations during April 2016. The exact date will soon be finalised and communicated to you at the earliest opportunity.

As we are committed to close down in a controlled and professional way, you can be rest assured that you will be paid all affiliate commissions due on your players referred, for the entire time that Tivolicasino.com remains live.

For any affiliates that promote the Tivolicasino.dk brand, this remains unaffected by the business change.

If you have any questions regarding this, please contact [email protected] but we ask you to please be patient at this time whilst the exact details are being finalised.

Finally, we would like to thank you for your support and partnership with Tivolicasino.com."

No reason for the closure was given as of press time, but we will update this story as we learn more. Currently Tivoli Casino holds a four star rating through our site for its fast payouts and large gaming library, while we criticized the site for its lack 24 hour support and lack of progressive jackpots.

Players are urged to withdraw funds from Tivoli Casino as quickly as possible.

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30 March 2016 - 6:00pm

Well I guess it's just the way business works, some companies increase their revenues and profits and other not so competitive (for one reason or other) are forced to shut down. The important part here is all to happen in a honest way by the casino's side toward the punter and affiliates, hopefully it will be done that way.

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31 March 2016 - 12:25am

I think this one is a case of a really famous and well known institution in Denmark being unable to leverage that good name to any great effect around the rest of Europe and the world. They are keeping their Danish only site open so it looks like they are just going back and concentrating on the country that they know best.


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31 March 2016 - 10:12am

I think it's a sound decision because it's better to concentrate on what you know best than expanding with no real benefit!!

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31 March 2016 - 9:31pm

I guess you're right Ed but from what I know and what I've heard from successful businessman, your business always have to grow up and develop and if it's stuck at one place or retreat it's always a negative thing. But I guess sometimes it's better to cut the losses especially if you feel that certain markets can only bring you losses.