The problems for the site began in 2011, when a casino player hadn’t been paid $46,000 in winnings. EZStreet representatives insisted they’d seized the money because they said player was utilizing a bot to play his poker hands but offered no proof to back up this assertion. And when the hand logs were released for perusal, experts in the field stated that the evidence suggested human play.
The whole incident severaly damaged the reputation of the site, originally known as EasyStreet Sports, but later reborn as EZStreet Sports and later 7Red Sports. By 2015 there were five further reports of players on the site not being paid their winnings.
On April 10, 2015, EasyStreet Sports suspended all customer service operations and on July 7, 2015, its web site vanished. Try to log on to the EZStreet Sports website and you will be greeted with the following message: Ooooops! Something went wrong. 404 Error.
BetIslands, the company that operated the sites, insisted the reason for the shutdown was caused by the loss of its main financial backer.