Malta Gambling Authority (MGA) in the News — Weekly Round-up for June 29, 2018

MGA Moves Implementation Of Regulations To August 1, 2018

Follows comments made by European Commissions and another member state

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has postponed the implementation of a new legal framework to August 1, 2018 following receipt of a detailed opinion from a Member State and the European Commission in relation to the draft Gaming Authorisation Regulations.

In the lead up to the implementation of the new regulations, the Maltese Government and the MGA said they will review and assess recommendations made by the European Commission and the Member States.

Jcasino.Club Has No Connection To MGA

License reference are false and misleading, regulatory authority clarifies

The Malta Gambling Authority (MGA) has declared it has no connection to Russian-language online casino jcasino.club.

Any reference to MGA licensing is deemed false and misleading, the authority said.