Well, it’s the end of March. And despite Groupe Bernard Tapie‘s public proclamations about completing the Full Tilt Poker acquisition and relaunching the site in March clearly not coming to fruition (something we said was never going to happen from the get go), it still appears as if the deal is on track.
According to sources, Groupe Bernard Tapie investors met in Ireland this week (we’ve been told on Wednesday) to hash out the “latest terms.”
We had been told earlier this year that the biggest impediment to completing the Tilt acquisition was the simple fact that GBT didn’t have the money. This week’s Dublin meeting though, according to sources, included new GBT investors, and terms for that new investment money were discussed.
Despite this positive momentum, there is still no word from the AGCC regarding Tilt’s license being reinstated, and no existing Full Tilt Poker shareholders we’ve spoken to have been told about an impending deal.
We’ll continue to update readers as more information becomes available.