Current Affairs
Gaming companies can apply online for licence to operate in Malta

Gaming companies like casinos, gaming outlets, national lotteries and commercial tombola organisers will now have recourse to a more efficient system for obtaining an operating licence from the Malta Gaming Authority, MGA.  This follows the launching of a portal through which gaming operators will be able to follow the progress of their applications as well as what is required to satisfy regulatory provisions.

During a media conference, Malta Gaming Authority Chief Executive Joseph Cuschieri stated that this project is the result of collaboration between the MGA and Microsoft. Mr Cuschieri added that the MGA is aiming at more efficiency in the way it functions as a regulator, in order to provide a first class service to operators.

Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Schembri stated that the MGA is continuing to strengthen its operations with an improvement n the service provided to operators in the gaming sector. The Parliamentary Secretary added that this is part of a renewal and jurisdiction towards strengthening of the local gaming sector, enabling operators to be provided with a better service in order to encourage them towards further investment in Malta.

 

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