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Big trouble at Sheriff Gaming


13 Mar 2014

Despite creating some of the best looking slots on the internet Sheriff Gaming seem to be in a considerable spot of bother.

The online casino software company’s parent company (Bubble Group) has been declared bankrupt by a court in The Netherlands after having its Category 2 Associate Certificate withdrawn by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

The loss of the certificate is reportedly down to the Alderney Gambling Control Commission’s decision that Bubble Group is “no longer fit and proper to hold such as certificate.” The only other information currently available states that the decision to withdraw the licence was the culmination of a lengthy investigation by the AGCC after raids were carried out on both Bubble and Sheriff offices in May 2013.

Sheriff Gaming is a relatively new company that shot to fame after taking the 3D slots and table games world by storm. These games were snapped up by many online casinos over the last year, and many players have come to love their impressive graphics and comical themes.

Just some of the titles for which Sheriff Gaming has become well-known for include The Amsterdam Masterplan, Dr. Magoo’s Adventure, Extreme, Fortune Farm, Abra Cadabra, Zoo Zillionaire, Dino’s Rhino and Bugs. Some of the developer’s games are linked to a jackpot network that spans across all of the online casinos offering Sheriff’s progressive games.