Nearly 15 years after its inception,, the world’s most popular online gambling destination, is getting a new name. As of January 1, 2012, online sports bettors and sports enthusiasts alike who want to access the popular sportsbook will need to visit Bovada. You can read a review of Bovada. is owned and operated by Morris Mohawk Gaming Group (MMGG). So why did MMGG decide to change the name of one of its most popular sites? The answer is simple: The firm’s license with is going to expire on December 31, 2011. And instead of closing down shop, MMGG is rebranding the site with a whole new name.

However, the new name has many people worried that the site will not hold up to its trusted predecessor. What’s more, current account holders with want to know whether they will be able to access their accounts after the New Year or whether they will need to start over from scratch with the new site.

The good news is that apart from the name change, Bovada will still act and perform just like The new site will feature the same services and products, as well as the same software, customer service, and Poker network. What’s more, account holders with will not have to change their account information. Bovada will offer users the same account information. How is this possible? The new site will be run by former managers of, which means if you loved, chances are you will love Bovada.

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