Concerns over Revolution Gaming are growing

by Jeremy

When looking at the online poker traffic rankings on PokerScout, the Revolution Gaming network appears to be in good health. They currently rank 13th out of all poker networks with 737 cash game players, and are second among US-friendly operations.

However, beneath the solid traffic numbers are growing concerns about lengthy cashout delays and vague responses. A thread has opened up on TwoPlusTwo about the matter, and the original poster wrote:

It seems they are going bankrupt because one of their sites (All-in Poker) stopped proceed cashouts. I made cashout on 21st of March via Neteller and still waiting. They keep telling me that soon we will proceed. Every single day the same fairy tale that you will get your money as soon as possible. When i ask where i can write complain or who gave them license they refuse to give me any info.

While the idea that Revolution Gaming is going broke may be a bit premature, there is definitely some reason to be concerned. Many players have reported that it takes up to five months for their cashouts to be processed by check and other methods are slow too. However, withdrawals are still being made, as the following TwoPlusTwo poster alluded to:

i was worried about this myself,but they recently paid me out max skrill from juicy stakes. i posted in the thread
also the avg wait time for juicy is now a month for skrill so u waiting less than that isn’t abnormal for the network. people are waiting 2 months for lock skrill.
obv its bs but your timeframe not abnormal. just hang in their you will get it most likely

The Revolution network was started almost one year ago, when Lock Poker left the Merge Gaming network. Lock purchased the Cake network, which formed the foundation of Revolution. Aside from Lock, some of the popular sites on this network include Cake Poker, Intertops Poker, Juicy Stakes, Sports Betting and Tower Gaming.