Alderney Gambling Control Commission

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission is an independent and apolitical authority regulating eGambling on behalf of the States of Alderney.

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) was established in May 2000. Among its foremost tasks are the supervision and regulation of its members according to strict international standards.  Being the third largest of the Channel Islands, Alderney sports its own government, legislature and company laws.

The advantages of eGambling Companies formed in Alderney are the following:

  • Alderney's regulatory framework is modern and adaptable
  • The fiscal package is the most beneficial amongst offshore and onshore jurisdictions
  • The technical infrastructure is innovative and substantive.

Alderney Gambling is easily capable of supporting the premier fifty companies in the gambling industry. All Alderney licensees are permitted by law to take advantage of the innovative hosting facilities and superior telecommunication networks on both Alderney and Guernsey.

Full Tilt Poker License, 2011

Full Tilt Poker was formerly licensed by the AGCC until the regulator withdrew its licenses in June 2011 when it ordered Full Tilt to immediately suspend its operations. This severe measure was taken on the grounds that investigations revealed Full Tilt Poker did not act in accordance with the law. Findings of the special investigation have not be released publically, however, a hearing has been scheduled for late July 2011.

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