Malta's LGA suspends licence
The troublesome internet gambling site Stryyke.com, which has been the subject of payment, lockout and communication complaints in the player community, appears to have finally struck out with the Malta jurisdiction where it claimed to be licensed.
The Malta regulator Lotteries and Gaming Authority site bears a notification this week advising:
"Suspension of Stryyke Malta Limited Class 2 Licence
"The Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) hereby notifies that the licenses held by the company Stryyke Malta Limited have been suspended.
"Stryyke Malta Limited operated a Class 2 license and operated through the domain name www.stryyke.com.
"Furthermore, the LGA hereby notifies that the company's online Casino operations were not being operated under a Maltese license.
"Players who deem to have any outstanding payments from Stryyke Malta Limited specifically on the Class 2 license are to send an email to email@example.com and should submit the following information:
1. Name and Surname
2. Registered Address
3. Date of Birth
4. Passport Number and Certified True Copy of Passport or ID Card Number and Certified True Copy of ID Card (by email or post)
5. Telephone Number
6. User Name
7. Player Account
8. Amount of Claim of Balance or pending Cash Out
9. Screenshot of Balance or Cash Out pending"
Stryyke's online poker operations were conducted on the Cake Poker Network, whilst its online casino software was licensed from Net Entertainment.