Mga Suspends 7epta7 Remote Gaming License

Reason for suspension not revealed

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has suspended 7epta7 Limited's remote gaming license MGA/CL2/921/2013 with immediate effect saying the company and its associated websites are no longer authorised to continue operations under the MGA licensing regime.
A message to customers on the 7epta7.com website reads: "You are invited to our great Re-Opening Party in a few Days. Grab incredible offers and stay tuned to be the first on our great Re.Opening [sic] with special Actions for your satisfaction :-)".
The MGA branding and license information and links still remain live.
No further information will be released in order not to compromise any investigations, the MGA said but players are urged to contact the authority should they deem to have any outstanding payments due to them under the identified license number.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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