Troubled online gaming operator 666Bet has broken its silence over the shutdown of its 666Bet and Metro Play sites, claiming that it is negotiating with service providers, including payment processors, in order to return funds to players.

The company apologised for the delay in returning customer funds following the suspension of its UK and Alderney operating licences, stating that it is seeking approval from the UK Gambling Commission to reopen the two sites, allowing customers to access their accounts.

It said that it needed approval to open its sites before it can process any transactions.

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