Full Tilt Poker Subsidiary Granted AGCC License Hearing

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Full Tilt Poker subsidiary Orinic Limited will meet with the Alderney Gambling Control Commision two weeks from today to review their application for an eGambling license.

The hearing will be open to the public at 2pm on Thursday, May 3 at the Braye Beach Hotel in Alderney.

Orinic was the only Full Tilt Company not stripped of its AGCC license last year following an internal review by the AGCC. Orinic received a six-month suspension instead.

Orinic previously held a Category 1 license with the AGCC, which did not permit the handling of online gambling funds.

Orinic is now seeking a Category 2 license which would allow them to offer full online gambling services and handle gambling transactions.

Here is the full statement from the AGCC website:

In the matter of an application by Orinic Limited for a Category 2 eGambling licence


that the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, pursuant to Section 4 of the Alderney eGambling Ordinance, 2009 and Regulation 23 of the Alderney eGambling Regulations, 2009, will hold a public hearing at which oral representations may be made.

This hearing will take place at 2.00pm on Thursday 3rd May, 2012 at the Braye Beach Hotel, Alderney.

The pieces of the puzzle appear to be falling into place for the rebirth of Full Tilt Poker, as this AGCC licensing process is happening alongside re-staffing of FTP company Pocket Kings Ltd and the launch of New Full Tilt Poker Limited by Laurent Tapie of Groupe Bernard Tapie.

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