Partypoker’s poker fraud team has redistributed nearly $ 15,000 from these closed accounts, far less than in previous years.
Partypoker, Entain’s online poker room, continues to report the number of bots and other fraudulent accounts closed and the amount of money redistributed to players.
According to its latest update, the site banned more than 100 rogue accounts in the first three months of 2022, seizing and redistributing nearly $ 15,000 to interested players.
This represents a significant drop from the amounts seized in the past when tens of thousands of dollars were seized each month.
This is part of the operator’s mission to make its site “safer, fairer and more fun for all players” led by a dedicated “poker fraud team”, which includes former professional poker players, set up to deal with activities. suspicious on the site.
Since 2019, the operator has increased its transparency by committing to release monthly bot closing data with the first data dating back to December 2018. This data is available on the operator’s “safer poker” web page showing a month breakdown per month of accounts and the amount refunded to players.
Since its first month of publication, the operator has cracked down on 1,823 accounts and reimbursed more than $ 1.9 million to players affected by disastrous activities. A large portion of that money was seized in the first 18 months of reporting.