Sheriff Gaming license suspended

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC), has interrupted the B2B license of game developer Sheriff Gaming, unabling it to provide its services at least until the 29th October, date fixed for an official hearing.  

This was after an investigation of the Dutch police on the Bubble Group, Sherrif’s parent company, that stems from back in late May and allegedly links it to drug dealing, money laundering and other illegal activities where properties, vehicles and bank accounts were confiscated.

Operators such as Bet 365, Betsson, Gala Coral, Microgaming, BetClic and many others will be affected by this interruption as Sheriff Gaming provided them with its services.

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