Online sportsbook 5Dimes eyes US regulated betting market licenses after reaching $46.8m settlement with US Department of Justice.
The Costa Rica-based sportsbook acknowledges that its recent breakup with US customers was a result of plans to become regulated in the market.
Costa Rica-based online sportsbook 5Dimes cuts off its US customers, hints at ‘a new business venture’ that will return site to US market.
Costa Rican and US authorities confirm that the body of 5Dimes founder William Sean 'Tony' Creighton has been found one year after his disappearance.
The national police organization has successfully extradited the leader of the scheme and two accomplices to the Central American nation.
Nine of the 12 5Dimes Tony's kidnappers have been sentenced to six months of “preventive confinement” while they await their trial.
Police in Costa Rica and Spain arrest 12 suspects in alleged kidnapping of William Sean Creighton, founder of online betting operator 5Dimes.
The Costa Rica Star reports that William Sean Creighton, aka 5Dimes' Tony, has been found dead after apparent kidnapping last month.
Costa Rica-based online sportsbook 5Dimes issues statement declaring business as usual despite the disappearance and alleged kidnapping of its owner.
William Sean 'Tony' Creighton, founder of online sportsbook 5Dimes, reported missing in Costa Rica since September 24, rumored to have been kidnapped.