Only 16 accounts were banned last month across partypoker’s dot-com and dot-EU networks, as the room says it has inched closer to the goal of making partypoker “bots and collusion-free.”
Cheaters account for 1% of the monthly player base, and the operator seizes and distributes an average of €25,000 a month from them, data reveals.
$175,000 across the dot-com and dot-EU networks was seized and refunded to affected players last month.
Almost $1 million confiscated in the last six months, although the monthly rate has dropped significantly.
The operator ultimately plans to require players to use real names at all of its online poker tables, but nearly 50 other changes are expected to be implemented in the next six to nine months.
A further 94 fraudulent accounts have been closed during April, with over $180,000 reimbursed to players.
Two accounts have been banned with a total of $200,000 returned to over 5000 players.
Big changes are coming to partypoker as the room aims to make its games cleaner in 2019.
The room has committed to make the games cleaner in 2019 as it moves towards a ban on HUDs and other third-party tools.
Players are seeking between €10,000 and €50,000 each after dissatisfaction with the results of the investigation.
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