EuroPoker Bankruptcy Puts ARJEL Player Protection to the Test

Players must await the outcome of the bankruptcy process before they can recover their money.

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After failing to migrate from Ongame France to the iPoker France network, EuroPoker—to be precise, parent company EPMEDIA has now filed for bankruptcy.

Following its failure to migrate from Ongame France to the iPoker France network, EuroPoker's parent company EPMEDIA has filed for bankruptcy.

The French regulator ARJEL posted its second information notice about the site on Friday, explaining that the company had reported to the court at Bobigny that it could no longer make payments that fell due. The court has scheduled a bankruptcy hearing for October 15.

The repayment of players will now be dealt with under the provisions of the Commercial Code which deal with bankruptcy.

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October 13, 2014
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