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NR update: debate: Boss casino with bad licenses

Discussion in 'Gaming Floor' started by mary, Dec 31, 2002.

    Dec 31, 2002
  1. mary

    mary Dormant account

    What is happening to Boss Media? This is so lame. Anyway, it's a violation of the OPA's Code of Ethics. Should we put them on the "Not Recommended" list? It is also incredibly stupid.

    November 19, 2002

    St. John's, ANTIGUA In an effort to ensure the integrity of the jurisdiction and those companies licenced in Antigua & Barbuda, the Directorate of Offshore Gaming endeavors to ensure that only licenced companies display its seal, or displays information relating to the jurisdiction of Antigua & Barbuda. A number of companies have been found to be claiming to be licenced, or subject to the laws in / of, Antigua & Barbuda when they are not. These companies are:

    California Casino
    Diamond Club Casino
    Jamaica Bay Casino
    Jackpot Palace Casino
    Kiss Casino
    Metro Casino
    PlayGate Casino
    Prestige Casino

    The above companies are Boss Media's licencees. The company has been contacted to remove all references to Antigua & Barbuda from the website of the above casinos.
  2. Dec 31, 2002
  3. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

    Ha ha,

    Mary and I, we think the same. I saw the same news release at the Antigua Licensing site yesterday, but I breezed through it since this was published in November. The references are down now; I think the casino group had an over ambitious webmaster who posted the logos. They are gone, so they took care of this on their own.

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