Gambling Commission ‘content’ with way BetBright voided ante-post bets

• Punter plans to sue over potential payout of £30k
• Backer had outstanding football bets with firm

A punter whose ante-post bets with a potential payout of nearly £30k were voided by the defunct bookmaker BetBright last week said on Wednesday that he is preparing to launch a legal action against Dedsert (Ireland) Ltd, BetBright’s former operator, seeking compensation for any possible loss.

BetBright ceased trading after selling its technology assets to a rival firm,, for £15m last Monday, in what the leading racehorse owner Rich Ricci, BetBright’s former executive chairman, has described as an “unusual” deal. The firm then announced that all outstanding ante-post bets were void.

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