Playboy Poker Decides To Windup Operations Before End of July 2015

Playboy Poker Decides To Windup Operations Before End of July 2015 July 24, 2015 March 22, 2017 Tim Glocks
Posted on  Jul 24, 2015 | Updated on  Mar 22, 2017 by Tim Glocks

Playboy PokerThe poker industry continues to grow at a rapid pace and so is the competition. Poker establishments are having to continuously come up with innovative promotions and special events to maintain a strong customer base. Playboy Poker has tried hard to keep up with the competition but has struggled to post consistent profits. Playboy Poker had run into difficulties a few years ago and the room was shutdown before its management decided to re-launch a new Playboy Poker room in 2013.

However the revamped Playboy Poker room has also done as well as expected and as a result Playboy Poker has decided to shutdown and windup operations before the end of July 2015. Players have been informed to withdraw all their funds before the 27th of July. After the 27th of July, all active accounts will be suspended and players will have an additional 30 days to withdraw their funds after which it will be automatically forfeited.

Playboy Poker has assured its players that it will provide them with full customer support even after the 27th of July to enable them to successfully withdraw their funds and assist them with any technical difficulties they encounter.

In a statement, a representative from Playboy Poker said

All players can still log in and can play out any remaining money. Alternatively, they can choose to withdraw their funds. Currently, we can guarantee that withdrawals will be processed within 24 hours of their requests. Those players who will still have money on their accounts after July 27 will have to contact us via email at to proceed with a withdrawal

The Playboy Poker website tried to differentiate itself from the competition initially by promoting its poker room to be filled with some of the most beautiful women and handsome men in the world hoping that this strategy would attract a different type of playing audience. However, the strategy did not work and the poker room found it hard to draw players on a regular basis. The room had the occasional successful promotion and a lucky winner was allowed to visit the Playboy Club in London but the promotion did not set the poker community on fire.

Players can find out more information on how they can withdraw their winnings by going to the Playboy Poker website or by sending an email to

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