SAN JOSE -WagerWeb, one of the internet’s leading sportsbooks and casinos, today announced that they will change their domain name from wagerweb.com to wagerweb.ag in Spring of 2013.
Following in the footsteps of other prominent gaming sites that accept American players and have already relocated to new domains, WagerWeb’s new wagerweb.ag site will ensure that players receive uninterrupted service. With US gaming regulations constantly being subject to change and shifting interpretations by the Department of Justice, WagerWeb is committed to taking a proactive approach as they carry on catering to gaming fans everywhere.
“The only thing certain about the gaming industry is that it will continue to change and evolve,” remarked Marty Davis, Affiliate Director of WagerWeb. “The same can be said about WagerWeb, which constantly strives to bring our players the best online gaming experience possible.”
Players can expect a seamless transition to the new domain name and will be able to use their current accounts and passwords at the new site. While everything customers love about WagerWeb will remain entirely intact, including the management team, game selection, software, convenient deposit methods, and famous same day payouts, the .com address will ultimately be retired. Although the original site will initially redirect users to the new domain, WagerWeb encourages players, affiliates, and all visitors to update their bookmarks and links as soon as possible to avoid confusion or interruption.
Once the transition is complete, gamblers and sports fans can expect exciting innovations and rewarding new promotions throughout 2013. WagerWeb plans to unveil an exciting new cleaner, brighter design before the upcoming 2013 NFL season.
Since opening their doors in San Jose, Costa Rica in 1994, WagerWeb has processed over a hundred million bets. Thanks to their complete global sportsbook, Las Vegas inspired casino, and racebook that all offer unparalleled rewards and competitive odds, WagerWeb continues to rack up and retain players from across the globe.