AGCC: We Can No Longer Arbitrate Players' Issues with Full Tilt

The Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) released a statement on Monday further distancing itself from the now defunct Full Tilt Poker. The statement announced that since it no longer licenses the poker room, it will not be mediating disputes between the site and consumers further.

The AGCC directs those that “[believe] they are a victim of crime, as a result of their dealings with Full Tilt“ to report the incident to their local authorities.

They also announced that a “specific player contact” has been requested from the site but has not yet been provided, and that numerous class action law suits have been filed against Full Tilt. Yesterday, a fourth class action lawsuit – the second in Canada – surfaced.

Last week, the AGCC revoked Full Tilt’s operating license as a result of an internal investigation, after a three-month suspension the came in the wake of Black Friday.