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Alderney Gambling Control Commission Announces Public Hearing Into Suspended Licence of Orinic, a Full Tilt Company

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The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has announced a public hearing into the recent application by Orinic, a Full Tilt company, for a new license.

Oral submissions will be accepted at the public hearing in the Braye Beach Hotel, Alderney on Thursday May 3 at 2 p.m..

Orinic is a Full Tilt related company. It’s license was suspended by the AGCC at the time other Full Tilt licenses were revoked last year.

Orinic escaped a revocation of its license because it was not trading at the time.

 
 
 
 

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bparmalee
over 2 years ago

I mean why wouldn't they get a license? I mean Bernard Tapie is going to pay 80 million for Full Tilt. Then pay a couple 100 million to pay back players.... so the Full Tilt will get re-licensed too right? Start holding your breath... or just accept the fact that Full Tilt is dead. I would be somewhat surprised if Orinic got their license back and all the talk of this being a wedge for Full Tilt to get back into the market doesn't help them.

 
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