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Interim suspension of operating licence - Silverline Interactiv Technologies Plc trading as Pokercent

29 August 2014

The Gambling Commission has commenced a review under section 116 of the Gambling Act 2005 and, under section 118 of the Act, has decided to suspend Operating Licence No 036553-R-317709-002 (Silverline Interactiv Technologies Plc) while that review takes place.

The Commission has decided to commence a review because we are concerned the licensee is operating in a manner which is not consistent with the licensing objectives in regard to ensuring that gambling is conducted in a fair and open manner, and that the licensee is unsuitable to carry out the licensed activities.

The suspension is an interim measure, the need for which will be kept under consideration whilst the review takes place.

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