Tag Archives: Jay Cohen
- World Sports Exchange co-founder Jay Cohen sued by irate bettor
July 24, 2014
Jay Cohen, co-founder of defunct online gambling site World Sports Exchange (WSEX), is reportedly about to be sued by a disgruntled bettor. For those who might not be aware or who may have purged WSEX’s tortured existence from their memories, the site shut down last April after publicly admitting what...
- WSEX.com shuts down due to lack of money, financial review underway
April 19, 2013
In one of the least surprising notices of 2013, troubled online bookmaker World Sports Exchange (WSEX) has shut down. A notice posted to WSEX.com on Friday claimed the site had been “forced to halt business activities at this time due to inadequate capitol [sic] resources.” The notice goes on to...
- World Sports Exchange’s Jay Cohen is not a crook, he’s a social gaming pioneer
December 3, 2012
There’s a thread over at online sports betting forum SBR titled ‘WSEX Slow Payout Updates’ that contains a whopping 2,315 posts. None of these posts were written by World Sports Exchange honcho Jay Cohen; understandable, perhaps, yet nonetheless highly ironic, given that Cohen was a gambling forum mainstay back before...
- Curtains for Jay Cohen? WSEX selling off assets to stay afloat
November 5, 2010
It looks like the curtain is coming down on the freak show that is World Sports Exchange (WSEX). The once iconic online gambling company has seen its fortunes nosedive in recent years, to the point where slow-paying has become no-paying in the eyes of its few remaining customers. Things have...
- Tabloid site 911 says Big Mouth Jay Cohen finished in industry!
June 21, 2010
Missing inaction? After years of annoying the online gaming industry with his nearly unintelligible forum posts, WSEX owner Jay Cohen seems to have disappeared. Most industry analysts suspect this has something to do with his site's decade-plus old technology and (oh yeah) not having the money to pay out players....
- The Death of WSEX and Final Ruin of Jay Cohen!
April 25, 2010
Jay Cohen has always had bad judgment and limited business skills. He got into online gaming early and had a decent business going when, in the late nineties, instead of settling with a slap on the wrist like everyone else, he decided to fight the U.S. government over its application...
Matchbook.com sold and pulls out of US
March 10, 2011