Friday November 1, 2013 : SHERIFF GAMING – A PUZZLING SILENCE
 
Behind-closed-doors hearings and a continuing suspension encourages speculation.
 
The Dutch online gambling games developer Sheriff Gaming continues to deny any wrongdoing in its latest statement on the suspension of its license by the Alderney Gaming Control Commission and says it is "working hard" to get the suspension lifted…yet it remains remarkably silent on the reasons for the still enforced suspension despite its vehement claims of innocence.
 
That, and the decision by the AGCC to hold its suspension hearing behind closed doors, is only perpetuating industry speculation.
 
The AGCC lowered the boom on Sheriff's parent Bubble Group and suspended its licence back in September following reports of major Dutch police actions that allegedly implicated Bubble principals in criminal activity. Several online casinos, some of whch are reviewed on http://www.mygamblinglife.com, allegedly run by the Bubble Group were shuttered in the police actions.
 
More recently, the AGCC issued a statement confirming that its suspension of the Bubble Group licence remained in force, possibly the trigger for Sheriff's latest statement on the strange situation, which can hardly be good for business.