Tag Archives: Malta Gaming Authority

Chetan Pandya, Pragmatic Solutions: Sticking to the circle of competence

Pragmatic

Chetan Pandya, Chief Product Officer at Pragmatic Solutions (pictured), discusses the importance of strengthening its regulatory compliance standing in Malta, before explaining the evolution of the ‘Onboarding Hub’ resource to deliver more transparency to its partners, and why it is sticking to the “circle of competence” to avoid compromising on quality.  SBC: How would you describe the Pragmatic Solutions business …

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Wiseodds launches poker-inspired betting platform

Sports betting supplier Wiseodds has confirmed the launch of its new ‘skill-based peer-to-peer platform’ which will combine the social element of online poker with sports betting. The new platform allows punters to compete against one another in ‘poker-inspired rooms’ to predict the outcome of sporting events. Lilit Nikoghosyan, Head of Operations at Wiseodds, said: “We’re delighted to announce the launch …

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Digitain signs new white label agreement with BetShah

BetShah

Digitain will expand its global portfolio by providing the white label sportsbook and casino platform for BetShah. The new agreement means that Digitain will ensure the support and development of the BetShah strategy, both for online sportsbook and casino, to a global market.  A white label option provides the operator with the key platform products, accounting, management and technology support, …

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MGA suspends Dorobet B2C licence

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has continued its crackdown on non-compliant operators after confirming that it has suspended Dorobet’s B2C gaming service licence. The suspension comes as the regulator revealed the online gambling operator was in breach of rules relating to regulatory payments, with the cancellation said to be effective immediately. Three breaches were identified by the MGA in its …

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Winners.bet gets the green light to expand into Malta

Esports operator Winners.bet has been given the green light to begin operations in Malta after it was granted a betting licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). Under the conditions of its new licence, Winners.bet will provide the esports community with the chance to place bets on all the major games including League of Legends (LOL), CS:GO, DOTA2, KOG, Starcraft …

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BetConstruct’s Live Casino games get MGA approval

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Soft Construct (Malta) Limited, trading as BetConstruct, has secured approval from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) to supply Live Casino games to MGA licensed operators and B2C customers.  Malta, said BetConstruct, is one of the key jurisdictions for gaming. It explained that the latest certification “powers the company to extend its scope of operation by offering a unique live casino …

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Altenar extends sports betting reach through Finnplay

Finnplay

Altenar will be providing the sports betting services to a new set of customers in territories covered by a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence after “long-standing partner” Finnplay – a Nordic-based open gaming platform provider – picked up its Type 2 licence. Stanislav Silin, CEO of Altenar, said: “Finnplay is a long-standing partner and customer of Altenar, and we are …

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Malta MGA sets new benchmark classifying start-ups

Updating the market, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has amended several provisions of its ‘Gaming Licence Fee Regulations (2018)’ updating conditions and criteria related to its MGA legislative frameworks. Publishing its 2019 amendments, the MGA focuses on the definition of start-up businesses working within its jurisdiction, in which the regulator has expanded the criteria and requirements for incumbents to be …

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MGA strengthens partnership with TIU

Strengthening its fight against betting-related corruption, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has secured a data-sharing agreement with the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU). The duo, which have worked alongside one another for a number of years, will continue to collaborate on their joint efforts to combat match-fixing. The MGA’s Sports Integrity Officer, Antonio Zerafa stated: “The MGA has long held an …

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Cooperative agenda sees Malta MGA launch new ‘Sports Integrity Unit’

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has established a new ‘Sports Integrity Unit’ helping strengthen its capacity and resources towards fighting sports corruption and match-fixing. The Integrity Unit will focus on gathering intelligence and data related to suspicious betting, serving as the MGS’ liaison foreign regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies, wagering monitoring systems and sports governing bodies combatting the manipulation of …

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