Betsoft has fallen afoul associated with the Alderney Gambling Control Commission for as yet unspecified reasons. But could a 2013 court situation involving the Bubble Group hold the clear answer? (Image: Betsoft)
Digitus, the parent company of Dutch online gaming software provider Betsoft, has received its gaming permit suspended with immediate effect, although no body nevertheless the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) quite knows why. The AGCC, which regulates online gambling into the jurisdiction of Alderney, explained so it had granted a hearing notice under regulation 90 of the island’s gambling legislation and it has purchased that the company must suspend its operations pending that regulatory hearing.
Of course, we seemed up Regulation 90 of the Alderney legislation therefore it sheds very little light on the matter just a couple of paragraphs of legalese about the executive director of the commission’s right to suspend gaming licenses where he sees fit, etc that you don’t have to and we’re afraid.
‘No Longer Suitable to Hold A license’
Talking of whom, André Wilsenach, the executive director of this AGCC had this to say on the matter, during an interview that is exclusive our peers at Intergame: ‘I have actually sufficient grounds to think that Digitus is no longer suitable to carry a certificate and therefore to offer solutions to our Category 1 licensees under their certificate. Thus the rea