Bovada lays claim to the largest online poker room in the US. But it appears that Bovada only wants to concentrate on slots and sports betting because their poker room is transferring to Ignition Casino.
Through a recent email, Bovada told customers that their balances and accounts will move to Ignition Casino within the coming months. By September 30th, 2016, Bovada Poker will be entirely shut down, leaving them to focus on slots, casino table games, and sports betting.
No reason was given for why Bovada has suddenly decided to abandon their poker operation. But the likely reason is that they see online slots and sports betting as their core business.
Bovada has done especially well with slots since they have over 200 games in their library along with some of the biggest jackpots in the US gaming industry.
Just recently, we discussed how William B. and Daniel B. both won big while playing at Bovada Casino. And what’s interesting is that these two players each won life-changing amounts through different means.
In William’s case, he hit a progressive jackpot worth $490,030 on Jackpot Piñatas. If you’re able to line up 5 Bull Piñatas in a single payline, you win the jackpot.
As for Daniel, he went on a torrid run over the course of several hours that ended with over $134,000 in profits.
Thanks to the big winners that they’ve produced, it’s no surprise that Bovada is a premier destination for American slots players. And based on their decision to shuttle off the largest US-friendly poker site, it seems that they’re banking heavily on this slots success to continue.
As mentioned before, Bovada offers over 200 slots games, which are provided by Betsoft, Realtime Gaming, and Rival Gaming. This variety of software providers gives players different graphical styles and features as they play through Bovada’s large collection of slots.