3rd of August 2011 Author: Glo Wood
License problems continues for Full Tilt
After the Alderney Gaming Control Commission decided to suspend Full Tilt Poker's license earlier this week, the company's troubles seem to continue as on June 30 the Kahnwake Gaming Commission issued an advisory notice that it will start reviewing Full Tilt's secondary license.
The notice reads: "Since July, 2010, Kolyma Corporation A.V.V. ('Kolyma'), carrying on business as Full Tilt Poker, has held a Secondary Client Provider Authorization, issued by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (the 'KGC').
"The KGC issues a Secondary CPA only in cases where an operator holds a valid license issued by a primary jurisdiction and has its head office and focus of operations in that primary jurisdiction.
"The KGC is aware that the Alderney Gambling Control Commission ('AGCC'), has recently issued Suspension Notices against several companies collectively operating as Full Tilt Poker.
"In view of these recent actions, the KGC is reviewing all available information to determine whether the Secondary CPA presently held by Kolyma will be continued. A further announcement will be made shortly."
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