Jetbull (Jetbull.com) has informed customers that it will shut down its online casino and sportsbook operations this month.
“We regret to inform you that Jetbull will be shutting down operations this month.” – customers were informed yesterday in an email asking them to withdraw any remaining funds.
“We are grateful for all your support shown in over a decade of operations, where Jetbull established itself as a strong, steady brand. However, the time has come to seek new ventures.”
Jetbull will no longer accept customer deposits, as it stated its intentions to close its business within a “two-week period”
“Thank you for your patience and understanding and for standing by our brand throughout this time,” – read the closure statement.
Founded in 2010, Jetbull was amongst the first brands to launch on the EveryMatix white-label platform.
A challenger sportsbook brand within multiple European markets, Jetbull had formerly stated that it had “served over 600,000 customers” in the markets of the UK, Denmark and Romania.
In 2019, Jetbull came into disrepute as the UK Gambling Commission terminated its licence, having deemed Jetbull amongst a raft of brands on the EveryMatix white-label platform to be “unsuitable to carryout licensing duties”
The incident saw EveryMatix end its B2C business unit operating white-label brands on behalf of partners.
Following its regulatory difficulties, Jetbull was sold to its new owners of AMGO iGaming Malta.