BetOnline Moving to .ag Domain

Many have wondered why U.S. facing BetOnline was still using a .com domain after all of the domain seizures.  It looks like BetOnline finally took care of that issue by buying a domain in Antigua, far out of the reach of U.S. authorities.  The .com will forward to the .ag in the near future.  I have never played at BetOnline, and their poker room has a poor track record, so I do not recommend playing there.  I set up an account to do some research and got this email to the registered email for that account.  If you do play there, make note of the new domain  You should also check your email. Here is the email that I received:

Dear John,

This morning at approximately 6 am (ET) your account will be transferred over to the website BetOnline.ag.

At BetOnline.ag you will log-in using your exact same Username and Password.

Your entire account balance, betting history and all of your account details will be transferred to BetOnline.ag as well.

Once you log-in to BetOnline.ag you will notice that everything is identical to what you are used to. You’ll have access to the same betting options… the same fast software… the same generous bonuses… the same reliable banking options… EVERYTHING is the same!

The only change is the URL obviously. You will ALWAYS go to BetOnline.ag for all of your gaming needs.

In other words, it’s business as usual at BetOnline.ag.

Thanks and see you at BetOnline.ag soon.

S. Francis
Director, Player Services

P.S. If you have not already done so, we strongly recommend that you download the standard BetOnline client to your desktop for the fastest and most reliable way to access the site. See the simple instructions below. If you’ve already done this, you don’t need to do it again.

  1.  Click here to download the tiny BetOnline Client, your instant connection to BetOnline. (Mac users please use this link)
  2.  Run it and install it on your computer – it’ll place the BetOnline icon on your desktop.
  3. Click on the BetOnline icon and the site will instantly open in your browser every time.

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