Full Tilt suspension update

Full Tilt suspension update

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) has issued a further statement in light of its decision to suspend the licence of Full Tilt Poker.

Andre Wilsenach, the Executive Director of the AGCC revealed, ‘The decision to suspend the eGambling licence was in the public interest and, because of the seriousness and urgency of the matter, it required that immediate action be taken ahead of the regulatory hearing.’

The AGCC also confirmed that a hearing has been set for Tuesday 26 July in London and until then, or until the Suspension Notices are cancelled, Full Tilt must cease to register new customers; accept deposits from existing customers; allow existing customers to withdraw funds that are held in their accounts; and permit customers to participate in any form of poker game play or gambling transaction.

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