From Left to Right – MGA’s Executive Chairman – Joseph Cuschieri, Presidente di Sindacati Totoricevitori Sportivi – Giorgio Pastorino, Responsabile Rapporti istituzionali – Angelo Merola, Amministratore di Obiettivo 2016 – Maurizio Ughi and Representative for Stanleybet, Giovanni Garrisi.
The Malta Gaming Authority’s (MGA) Executive Chairman, Joseph Cuschieri participated at Enada Spring 2016 organised by Rimini Fiera Spa and promoted by SAPAR, Italian Association of coin-op entertainment machines, with the support of EUROMAT, held between the 16th and 18th March, 2016. Enada is considered as one of the main Southern European international expos, boasting an attendance of more than 25,000 business professionals, offering unique business and networking opportunities. The inauguration of the 28th edition of the Enada Spring 2016 was hosted by SAPAR Chairman Raffaele Curcio and Rimini Fiera Chairman Lorenzo Cagnoni.
MGA’s Executive Chairman formed part of a distinguished panel entitled: The betting shop of the future – Environment, People, Services: this is how it will change, moderated by the Italian journalist, Giampiero Moncada. In his intervention, Mr Cuschieri spoke about the Authority’s plans to modernise the current regulations through the introduction of a new law later on in the year. Furthermore, he explained Malta’s vision as a jurisdiction of excellence and the importance of having transparency, honesty and open dialogue between stakeholders. The latter are critical to ensure that policy making and legislation is robust and reflective of the realities of the industry.