Tag Archives: Alderney Gaming Control Commission
- Amaya gets Playboy; Paddy gets NetEnt and IGT content; Microgaming celebrates early Xmas; SHFL Entertainment receives AGCC licence
December 13, 2012
Canadian firm Amaya Gaming Group went one better by signing a worldwide licensing agreement with Playboy enterprises. It will see the two working on developing a number of online gaming initiatives resulting in the roll out of Playboy branded poker and lottery products across certain markets the world over. David Baazov,...
- British Full Tilt Poker players urged by Alderney to contact police
January 5, 2012
In the first update on the topic of the Full Tilt Poker scandal for quite a while - British players of the site have been urged by regulators to call the police if they believe they are a victim of crime. The warning comes from the Alderney Gaming Control Commission...
- Full Tilt Poker hope to renew AGCC license
October 20, 2011
iGaming website Full Tilt Poker have fallen on desperate times since the Black Friday Indictments in April, which saw the suspension of their Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) license during the summer. But with new ownership standing by, there are reports that it is gearing up to re-apply for its...
- AGCC unimpressed with survey
March 9, 2011
The recent publication of a Gambling Prevalence Survey did much to stoke the fire as far as anti-gambling rhetoric goes and it hasn’t taken long for one of the usual suspects to come out against the publication of it. We last heard from the Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) when...