We want to make sure this is all clear since there is so much contradictory information regarding Spin Palace‘s ownership and previous issues with that company. It is now owned and managed by Bayton Limited or Baytree Limited under licence.
We don’t think there has been a significant change in ownership at the Palace Group. The Palace Group was the former ownership designation. All sibling sites, such as Cabaret Club and Ruby Fortune, are mentioned under spinpalace.com’s terms and conditions.
If you do any investigation, you will discover that several of the Palace Group sites experienced problems with affiliate payments and delayed reimbursements for players. Spin Palace, Mummy’s Gold, and River Belle Gold are still highly appreciated by players and critics, at least for the most part.
There are presently no significant problems being reported, and Wagershare’s previous connections with Palace Group seem to have been dissolved. The majority of the complaints were submitted by Wagershare, which was also suspected of being to blame.
The Kahnawake Gaming Commission of Canada and the Malta Gaming Authority both grant licences to Spin Palace. Aside from the odd problem that may emerge in the player forums, gamers are generally pleased with the new site. They are also pleased with the Microgaming choices.
There will be no US players accepted.
Customers from the United States are barred from using the service. Players from the following countries are also barred from participating.
- France and its Territories
- Hong Kong is a city in China.
- North Korea is a country in North Korea.
- The Republic of South Africa
- Territories of the United States
- The United Kingdom