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Emily D. Swoboda

Microgaming Cuts Ties with Tusk Investment

28 February 2008

Microgaming has terminated its software license agreement with Tusk Investment Corporation after learning the private online casino operator planned to go into liquidation.

"Microgaming announces that it has terminated its software license with Tusk Investment Corporation with immediate effect, after having received Tusk's notification of its plans to put the company into liquidation," the company said on Wednesday in a prepared statement.

Australia-based Tusk operates several online casino sites, including those in the Casino Action Group, which last week had their "Play it Safe" seals suspended by eCOGRA over non-compliance issues. Tex Rees, eCOGRA's fair gaming advocate, could not comment today on whether the two incidents were related.

Microgaming said it would provide further information as and when available.

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Emily D. Swoboda
Emily D. Swoboda