BluffRoom will shut down operations on the Merge network by the end of the month.
The poker site has been burdened by issues following former CEO Anthony Taylor’s resignation in September.
The skin has not made affiliate payments for two-to-three months now; player funds, however, should be safe as balances are held by Merge, not BluffRoom.
BluffRoom declined PokerUpdate’s request for comment, though a source close to the company said that Merge may cover some affiliate commissions.
It is unknown where BluffRoom players will end up—or even if the skin will seek a new home.
Update October 4: Merge is allowing existing BluffRoom players to transfer funds to other skins on the network.