Monthly Archives: October 2019

The MGA has no connection with royale-casino.net

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

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MGA – Amendments to the Gaming Licence Fees Regulations of 2018

The Malta Gaming Authority is hereby announcing that, on 15 October 2019, the publication of L.N. 266 of 2019 confirmed the introduction of several amendments to the Gaming Licence Fees Regulations of 2018 (S.L. 583.03 of the Laws of Malta, the ‘Regulations’). For a licensee to be considered a start-up undertaking (‘start up’), it must […]

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MGA publishes Guidelines on the Impact of the UK’s Exit from the European Union

The Malta Gaming Authority is publishing a guidance note on the impact of the UK’s Exit from the European Union in consideration of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. The contents of the guidance note relate solely to regulatory affairs within the remit of the MGA, and operators should also be aware of […]

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Sanctions Monitoring Board (SMB) – Guidance Note on Targeted Financial Sanctions In Malta 

The MGA is hereby issuing the below guidance note on behalf of the Sanctions Monitoring Board (SMB) as per legal obligations and for your respective reference. Any queries which arise from the below should be solely directed to the SMB respectively on sanctions.mftp@gov.mt  This guidance note is produced by the Sanctions Monitoring Board (SMB) as […]

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MGA participates in DELTA Summit 2019

The Malta Gaming Authority is once again participating in the annual DELTA Summit held at the Malta Fairs and Convention Centre in Ta’ Qali, Malta. The second edition of this Summit is bringing together industry experts and will serve as a platform for debate and updates on AI, blockchain, cryptocurrency and cognitive technologies. The event […]

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Cancellation of Authorisation for Aureate Gaming Solutions Limited (C 77528)

The MGA has decided to cancel the authorisation awarded to Aureate Gaming Solutions Limited (MGA/B2C/361/2016) effective as of 2 October 2019 in terms of regulation 10 of the Gaming Compliance and Enforcement Regulations (S.L. 583.06). Aureate Gaming Solutions Limited is thus no longer authorised to carry out any gaming operations, register new players or accept […]

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