The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) will host a series of information sessions for external stakeholders prior to the new Gaming Act coming into force on July 1, 2018.
“These sessions are aimed at giving a thorough explanation of the main changes in the new regulatory regime, with specific focus on the broadened regulatory scope of the MGA”.
In related news, the MGA distanced itself from Turkish-language online gaming operator hunterbetting5.com who is sporting MGA licensing information and its logo.
“Any reference to the MGA and/or gaming licence/s said to be issued by the Maltese Authority, as stated on hunterbetting5.com, are false and misleading,” the MGA said.
The blurb on hunterbetting5.com claims the operator is owned by Hunterbetting Winunited Ltd, situated in Silema, Malta and supported by six MGA licenses.
The prominent MGA logo on the landing page directs to licensee information on Realm Entertainment Limited.