Bankrupcy of Stacktrace N.V., also known as

We invite players that saw their deposits and/or winnings disappear between 2015 to submit their losses before December 16, 2021 to seek recovery of their losses as result of fraud, confiscation of deposits or winnings to register their claim(s).

The case

Stacktrace N.V. in Curacao, the online poker licensee company operator of under the gaming license no. 1668/JAZ of Curacao Egaming (Cyberluck) N.V. issued by the Curacao government, has been employing fraudulent actions to evade the payout of substantial deposits and winnings to their clients.

At present SBGOK Foundation invites claimants to join the current class action suit, seeking the recovery of losses. Case number EJ F73008/2015.

On March 30, 2015 a player filed for bankruptcy in Curacao. Stacktraces’s last corporate director Guardian Corporation Curacao B.V. (directed by G-Force Corporate Services B.V.) resigned on May 7, 2015. On May 8, 2015 the Court declared Stacktrace bankrupt. April 16, 2018 a verdict was declared holding Stacktrace’s former director Carmanco N.V. and licenseholder Curacao Egaming (Cyberluck) N.V. liable. On April 14, 2020 both company’s were sentenced liable in higher appeal (casenumer CUR2018H00148)
SBGOK invites victims that suffered losses of Stacktrace to join our action at no cost and without any risk. If your claims originate from March 30, 2015 till now, please register for free and you will be contacted by our team.
Relevant period

30/03/2010 – open

Registration deadline

December 17, 2021


Current status

Update: December 1, 2021

On December 1, 2021, Stracktrace’s trustee in bankruptcy announced the latest date for submitting claims (Fb 103 paragraph 1 sub 1) to be determined by December 17, 2021. Have you been defrauded or are your deposits or wins unjustly confiscated? It’s not too late. Submit your claim now by clicking on the blue button in the menu above and we will have some-one to contact you personally.


Your rights

All players of Curacao licensed/based casino’s and sportsbettings are protected by article 2 of the National Ordinance on Offshore Games of Chance (P.B. 1993, no. 63) and license conditions of the licenseholder. The Civil Code laws of Curaçao are applicable. The Joint Court of Justice of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba handles the administration of justice in first instance and on appeal on the islands. 


The Supreme Court of the Netherlands (hereinafter: Supreme Court) is located in The Hague, the Netherlands, and is the highest judicial body in the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba in the area of civil and criminal law. The Supreme Court in the Netherlands therefore also acts as a judge of cassation before the Joint Court of Justice of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten and Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.

Case updates

Contingency: No Cure, No Pay

1xCorp, the licensee company operating under the gaming license issued by the Curacao government has been employing policies and tricks to evade the payout of substantial winnings to their clients.

At present SBGok is seeking claimants to join the current class action suit of the 10 initial claimants, seeking the recovery of a total sum of approximately 1.7 Million US dollars

How we work

Submit your claim


The process starts with the essential information submitted by you.

Register here.



Our gambling/gaming experts will assess the merits of your case in order to proceed.

Case funding


Our team assesses the cost and risk factors of the case and decide on the form of funding



SBGOK and dinges sign a binding agreement and NDA to proceed.