The Malta Gaming Authority would like to remind all stakeholders that as of 1 January 2021, the Suspicious Betting Reporting Requirements as noted in section 43 of Directive 3 of 2018 – Gaming Authorisations and Compliance Directive, will be brought into force.
B2C licensees which offer sports betting have already been notified of the above requirements by means of a Consultation Paper which was then followed by a Feedback Paper and a formalised Guidance Paper accessible to all stakeholders.
The Authority also provided early access to the Suspicious Betting Reporting Mechanism which is further facilitating the reporting processes between MGA licensees and the Sports Integrity Unit.
It is now time to formalise the above noted directive, so the MGA would like to remind all stakeholders that as of 1 January 2021, Suspicious Betting Reporting Requirements will officially be obligatory for all B2C Licensees. The relevant directive may be read here.