Troubled internet poker site Lock Poker has reportedly lost its Curacao licensing, another sign that the poker operator is closing shop.
The license was invalidated on April 21st and comes days after the site went dark and stopped allowing players access to the site.
The news was reported by poker information site 4Flush.com, whose writer John Mehaffey said, "Lock Poker was licensed in Curacao. Its license number was 1668/JAZ. Lock Poker’s sister sites Superwins and Lock Casino operated under the same license. While unrelated, Curacao also regulates Carbon Poker and numerous other generic sites under the same license."
"A search of interactive gaming records in Curacao shows that the license pertaining to Lock Poker and Superwins is now invalid. The license covering Lock Casino is also invalid. This action does not include unrelated sites that operate under the same license number."
Lock Poker has had a troubled history, with players complaining about slow and non-payments back to 2012.
Casino Listings will update this story as more developments arise.