Full Tilt License Application To Be Public Hearing

AGCC announces a public hearing on a Full Tilt subsidiary's application for a gaming license.
1043 19th April, 2012 The Full Tilt Saga
Full Tilt License Application To Be Public Hearing

The Alderney Gaming Control Commission will hold a public hearing on the request for a gaming license submitted by a Full Tilt subsidiary.

Scheduled for May 3 at 2 p.m. at the Braye Beach Hotel on the Alderney Channel Island, the hearing will center on the application of Orinic Limited for a Category 2 gaming license. Orinic previously was dealt a six-month suspension as a Full Tilt subsidiary when Full Tilt had its license revoked in June of last year by the AGCC.

It is expected that Orinic will be utilized as part of the relaunching of Full Tilt under the new ownership of Group Bernard Tapie, although the acquisition has yet to be announced as finalized. Full Tilt has recently registered a new company in Ireland, as well as two subsidiaries in Malta, in preparation of the anticipated re-launching.

 

 

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