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BETSOFT GAMING'S ALDERNEY LICENCE SUSPENDED
07th July, 2014 at 09:22:11
But regulator remains tight-lipped on reasons.
News emerging this week that the Alderney Gambling Control Commission has suspended the operating licence of online gambling software developer and provider BetSoft Gaming has left observers speculating in the absence of an explanation by the Commission.
André Wilsenach, executive director of the AGCC, has confirmed that a suspension notice was issued to BetSoft's parent group, Digitus Limited in terms of Alderney e-gaming regulation 91, together with notification of a hearing on the issue.
However, Wilsenach has declined to comment in detail, saying only that there are sufficient grounds for the Commission to believe that Digitus is no longer suitable to hold an AGCC accreditation.UPDATE:
Online Casino Mr Green
has sent this communication to A-Z of Online Casinos
regarding Betsoft games to it's affiliates on July 10th, 2014:
"The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has issued online gaming operator Betsoft a suspension notice requiring it to cease operations immediately. The Commissioners stated that until the suspension notice is cancelled or the AGCC have reached a determination at the conclusion of the hearing, the company must cease to offer gambling-specific software.
All Betsoft games have been disabled on our desktop and mobile sites until further notice.
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