Black-white Casino Not Mga Licensee

Regulatory authority distances itself

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has distanced itself from saying it has no connection with the operator and any gaming licenses claimed to be held with the MGA are false and misleading.
According to black-white-casino's "about us" page, the operator is owned by Anjouan (Comores) and claims licensing and regulation under the "Anjouan Lotteries and Gaming Authority" despite carrying both the Malta Gaming Authority and Gibraltar logos.
At the time InfoPowa went to press, the MGA logo was still displayed on along with Gibraltar certification, GamCare, GPWA, Ongame and NetEnt logos.

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