Betting site Bovada has revealed that they're cutting off players from New York as the state's gaming laws are tightening up.
The company will begin banning players from the Empire State beginning on June 21st, meaning that new players won't be permitted to sign up and existing players won't be able to play or deposit funds. The move comes after lawmakers in New York passed the annual budget with proposals to provide sportsbetting services.
Players are urged to pull their current funds out or play with remaining funds, but should not wager on sporting events that conclude after June 21st. The move isn't the first blanket ban for Bovada, who's also axed players in Nevada, Delaware, New Jersey, and Maryland.
We're following this story and will update readers as we learn more.