Rogue Casino Operator is Back and Running Entrobet

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Mar/30/2017

Morten Viken was accused back in 2015 of defrauding a number of Norwegian players via his website 70Bet.

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Now Viken is back and his latest brand, Entrobet, has entered the Gambling911.com Complaints page.

OnlineCasinoMonsters.com reports:

Morten Viken defrauded a number of Norwegian players who were customers of his 70Bet site. Two years ago, this bookmaking site simply decided they wouldn’t pay their players and disappeared off the face of the earth.

Viken has gone on to sign a number of big name poker players to act as ambassador to his new brand.  They include the likes of Andreas Hoivold, an EPT winner with good connections in the gambling community.

70Bet went bankrupt in 2015.  Many player deposits were never returned.

OnlineCasinoMonsters.com writes:

Morten Viken was the man in charge, and instead of trying to do the right thing, he simply went into hiding. Now, he’s back with a brand new site, without a single word of apology, clearly hoping that past had been forgotten.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com  

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