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I have some news regarding the site and the best thing in this case is to simply tear off the band-aid quickly, rather than prolong the agony...

GoneGambling will be taking a break, effective December 1st. Before you let your tears flow, I can assure you that this is not the end for GG…more on this, in a moment.


GoneGambling in its current form is simply unsustainable. Over the past decade, quite a bit has changed in the industry which has led to this. A quick bit of history will help to explain everything...

2006 - The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (the evil UIGEA) was passed in the U.S., making it incredibly difficult for U.S. players to deposit into online casinos. Given that GG had a member base of nearly 80% U.S., the site was no longer viable for many of its advertisers. The site lost a fair amount of members and traffic to the site slowed down significantly.

2011 - Microgaming made the decision to leave the U.S. market as a result of the legal climate in the U.S. This was a huge hit for GoneGambling as more than half of its advertising revenue stemmed from Microgaming casinos.

2013 – The rise of social media was beginning to impact GoneGambling, with free games and social an endless stream of social interaction. In simple terms, many members were looking for new options, which sites such as Facebook could provide.

2016 – The hostile takeover of the ClubWorld Group of Casinos was a devastating blow to GG. Prior to the takeover, the income produced by Club World was enough to pay everyone's salaries, pay a huge hosting bill and was essentially keeping GoneGambling in decent health. The takeover had everyone blindsided and within one month, players who were once tagged as coming from GG were de-tagged (meaning no longer were we producing income from these players—even if they were still depositing at Club World). Further, commissions were cut from 40% to 10%, without notice. In three years, we've not received a single dime from the company.

2018 – Fortune Lounge (one of GG's oldest sponsors) was purchased by Buffalo Partners. Fortune had moved GG to an affiliate-based deal when Microgaming exited the U.S.. We were still making a fair amount of income with them…until Buffalo took over. Once Buffalo came in, commissions were slashed (similar to ClubWorld, but not quite as criminally).

These are only the biggest contributors leading us to where we are today—archaic infrastructure, lack of programming, and more have also been greatly detrimental to the site.

In 2015, I purchased GG site from Bryan Bailey (Casinomeister) and my dream was to rebuild GG. This was something that was going to require a huge amount of money and time. Unfortunately, I couldn't make this happen. With the financial beating we were taking, I had no choice but to take on work in other venues. It was all I could do to keep the site online, pay employees and hosting fees. I've not made a dime on the site in more than two years and in fact, this year, I've lost money.

Coming to terms with the fact that I would never bring back the early success GoneGambling had enjoyed, has been more than difficult. To be honest, I should have made the decision to close things down, a while ago, but I just didn't have it in me. I kept hoping I could find a way to turn things around, but I simply could not turn things around.


I sat down with Bryan Bailey, a few weeks ago and discussed the grim realities of GoneGambling. I was a blubbering, emotional idiot, because this was the first time I was actually speaking to anyone about how bad things had become.

Bryan, who has not only been one of my closest, most trusted friends for many years, has now earned the title of 'SuperMeister.' He immediately offered to buy the site back and the best bit with this, is that he has great visions for the future of the site. He also has the deep pockets and the best technical minds, so without question, Bryan can make this happen. GoneGambling will be completely rebuilt—using the most up-to-date servers, software and code. Bryan is keen to keep John Abbott's roots in tact—with great games, humor and social interaction in mind. And the Onions??? The Onions will survive, as well.


Over the next few weeks, we'll be posting some great memories and news on the main site. There will also be at least one more mailing and I would imagine, a message from Bryan, as well.

You'll want to play the games and use as many of your GG's as possible, as these will not be able to carry over to the new site that Bryan will build. You'll be able to request your last Conversions and High Roller bonuses up until November 29th.

There will be a special section in the forum where you can ask whatever questions you may have regarding the site's closing/re-opening.

As this is not the final mailing, I'm just going to end this with...

See you in a bit!


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