The Merge Gaming Network has apparently made a rule change that will affect online gamers of the network. According to a report by PokerNewsDaily, information has surfaced that players will now only be able to have one account on the network. Anyone who has a separate account at another site operating on Merge will not be able to continue enjoying online gaming with multiple accounts.
It was professionalrakeback.com that first reported the change and it is believed that Merge is making this account change to cut down on cost for the network as well as the amount of withdrawals done on multiple skins. Carbon Poker is the flagship skin on the network and would be part of this new rule change. Merge provides service for Sportsbook.ag and GR88.com among others, so if players have accounts at all these sites, only would be allowed to continue.
According to the report by Professional Rakeback, it has not been revealed as to if players will be able to choose which room they stay with or if Merge will be making the change automatically. The smart decision would be to let the players have a choice on which account they get to keep and use on the Network.
It is also believed the change is to combat players from moving from skin to skin, taking advantage of online poker bonuses. Players can start at one site and earn the bonus, then cash out and sign up at another skin on the same network. This would then start the bonus process over and can continue from room to room, being relatively easy as the player has the gist of the bonus process.
Merge has not made a public statement on the subject of one account cut backs, so it will be interesting to see if the gaming network comes forward in the coming days with information on the subject as well as how the process will actually go down for players with more than one account on the network.
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