Slovenia is on a transitional situation the last few months, but it will not be late before the government will publish the new regulatory makeover for the Slovenian market, a regulatory that is going to make the existing bookmakers think twice if they should stay or go. The first answer to this question came from Pinnacle, with the Asian bookmaker deciding to stop providing their services to Slovenia from the 3rd of March. They also refunded all their players and closed their accounts, while they also informed all their players and marketing partners that they are going to exit Slovenia.
On the 1st of April the Slovenian government is going to pass a new regulatory law, replacing the one existed since 1995 and that will make the things difficult for the operators that do not hold a license in the territory. Once the non licensed bookmakers are busted for providing the services without having a license, it may prove difficult for them to get one in the future. As for Pinnacle, they took the exact same decision for the Polish market as well one month ago, again due to the new regulations that were about to be introduced by the Polish government.
Why choose Pinnacle Sports
- Customized point spread & totals
- Re-bet option on max limit
- 1.5-2% moneyline margin on US Sports
- Reduced juice model
- Excellent betting resources
- Arbitrage friendly
- Public API for bet automation
- Dynamic sport lines
Pinnaclesports needs no introduction. It can be regarded as an Asian, American and European bookie at the same time, covering the needs of almost every player around the world. Despite the rebranding, for the majority, the book still is the favorite Pinny of the players (including me) and still the perfect destination for the pro punters. It is one of the limited real bookmakers left in the industry and one of the few where the winners are welcome. Bear in mind though that there are certain restrictions applying to this statement. If you consistently place max bets on minor leagues, you might see your betting limits being cut, or your odds shift at those leagues. On the cons, the x3 deposit rollover, the only 1 free withdrawal per month and the lack of in-play combos are a slight setback. As for the top feats, you can see the odds ripples through the Dynamic Lines and I must admit I love their excellent betting resources. The same goes for the extra low margins at the best leagues, the withdrawal limits and the rebet option. Overall, if you want to become a top-notch punter, that is your top and final destination.