Maxent (Betat, Slotty Vegas) -- UK license revoked

maxd

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Not the hottest news but interesting nevertheless. From the UKGC's
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for the heads-up on this.
 
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bowki

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Im having some troubles to understand what exactly is going on here. Maybe some native english speaker can help me understand?

Revoked License. What exactly does that mean? Is it worse than a suspended license? Is the license now gone forever?

And for the reason. Does that mean someone bought the group and can't prove to the commission where the money comes from?


And what does that mean for players? Has anyone from the UK already been informed by them? And do the MGA care about such things?


Betat was once my favorite casino. :(
 

Harry_BKK

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Revoked means: Lizenz widerrufen oder eingezogen.

The "controller" means the owner of the company. The UKGC does not seem to be happy about the current owner and his source of funds to buy NRR Entertainment.

The MGA might take a look.

All I can say is that the chicken come home to roost. This issue was discussed at length in various threads.
 

pinnit2014

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Well, the revocation comes into effect on 18th June 2019 as per the UKGC, so technically they still have it right now. Cashing in the last few quid before they have to quit :D

Just realized the Casinomeister trophy is also still displayed. :rolleyes:

Ah... thought it was from the decision date.

What a fall for them - used to see 80% of my deposits in the past. Made a few decent withdrawals from their cash back etc.
 

slotter999

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Was wondering why they’d gone to radio silence recently.

And, to think, the rep was getting all tetchy in a previous thread when questions were being asked about the new owners. Oh dear.

And to think they’d a cheek to ask players for a SOW :p

Do you thinko you could summarise what the main issues were in the other threads? Is the reason they've had it revoked related?

Cheers
 

Supababe

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Do you thinko you could summarise what the main issues were in the other threads? Is the reason they've had it revoked related?

Cheers
The blue thread contained pretty much what the UKGC said in their report (so much so that I wonder how much time the commissioner spends on CM).
The discussion was around the reasons for being put in the grey zone.
Lack of openness over ownership details during/following transfer, links to ‘undesirable’ black market group... etc
 

colinsunderland

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Good. Dodgy twats, selling/giving my details to spamming affiliates, feel free to take me to court maxent if you want to see my evidence :D
 

trancemonkey

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I wonder if people like @Bloatgoat see posts like this, and how strict the UKGC are, and still think everything is rigged. A £7.1m fine for one company, £5.1 for casumo. And yet he stills thinks every single company works together to rig something that is already mathematically in the casinos favour...
 

EkJR

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MaxEnt to appeal the UKGC decision.

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Didn't even see this thread and just posted about them here. What a major surprise this is....Not! That statement is a joke. "Responsible and prudent operator" lol. I have just advised the UKGC on Monday this week that they are not verifying what they need to under the new 7th of May rules as well. A total joke of a company and hope they never see a UK licence again.
 
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