Is Everleaf Gaming Network Doomed?

Is Everleaf Gaming Network Doomed?In most cases, a skin would only take the extreme measure of warning its customers about a doomed network after considering and exhausting all other possibilities for the network’s problems.
That is why a recent announcement by Minted poker expressing its embarrassment at cash out delays, and announcing it will be soon be moving from the Everleaf Gaming Network has been taken so seriously. Furthermore, Minted poker has cast further doubt on the future of the  Everleaf Gaming Network by warning its customers to cash out all their funds, while expressing doubt that player funds would ever be released by the network.
At the heart of the problem is the allegedly long cash out times experienced by players at Everleaf, which would seem to be upward of  six-month. Commenting on the dire situation, an extract from a Minted Poker public statement, read: “Mintedpoker took the decision to remove all deposit options around 4 weeks ago to prevent players potentially losing more funds into the EverleafGaming Network..we feel it necessary and in the best interests of players to advise them to cash out all funds from their player accounts, contact the LGA and file a complaint.”
The LGA refers to Malta’s Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA), which is the regulatory body overseeing the Everleaf Gaming Network. Incredibly, just last month the LGA claimed that a “great majority” of players on Everleaf Gaming have been paid and that they would be monitoring the network closely. However, this claim was quickly dismissed by a group of players on the network. Minted poker is also claiming that its own support at support@mintedpoker.eu is presently operated by Everleaf and so emails sent there may not get a response.

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