Monthly Archives: September 2018

MGA – Treatment of Intermediaries under the new Gaming Act (Cap. 583 of the Laws of Malta)

The Malta Gaming Authority hereby notifies its licensees and the general public that with the coming into force of the new Gaming Act (Cap. 583 of the Laws of Malta), the regulatory treatment of what previously used to be called ‘intermediaries’ is to be assessed in light of the Gaming Authorisations Regulations (S.L. 583.05) [the […]

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The MGA has no connection with casino-super.net

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is hereby declaring that it has no connection with casino-super.net. Any reference to the MGA and/or gaming licence/s said to be issued by the Maltese Authority, as stated by casino-super.net are false and misleading.

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The MGA has no connection with joker777.net

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is hereby declaring that it has no connection with joker777.net. Any reference to the MGA and/or gaming licence/s said to be issued by the Maltese Authority, as stated by joker777.net are false and misleading.

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The MGA has no connection with 24grandcasino.com

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is hereby declaring that it has no connection with 24grandcasino.com. Any reference to the MGA and/or gaming licence/s said to be issued by the Maltese Authority, as stated by 24grandcasino.com are false and misleading.

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MGA signs international declaration expressing shared concerns on risks posed by blurring lines between gambling and other forms of digital gaming

The gambling regulators of 16 European and American States and territories (Latvia, Czech Republic, Isle of Man, France, Spain, Malta, Jersey, Gibraltar, Ireland, Portugal, Norway, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Poland, Austria and the State of Washington) have signed a declaration to express their shared concerns about the risks posed by blurring lines between gambling and other […]

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