Latest Malta Gaming Authority News
Requests for patience are an inadequate response to players owed money after regulatory failure.
LGA responds as affected players seek solutions.
Cash out difficulties have been reported for over 18 months at the affected sites.
NetStronger advertises that it is regulated by the LGA, but the LGA calls that claim “false and misleading.”
Joseph Cuschieri believes players’ trust is key to the successful regulation of online gaming.
The PokerinVenice network failed in June leaving over €1m in outstanding player balances.
Sixteen months after closing its Maltese-licensed Purple Lounge poker room, Mediacorp has finally made the decision to cease trading.
Report may recommend “a number of decisions for the strengthening of the LGA’s reputation.”
Suspicious cash game play has led to allegations of cheating and suspended accounts on Play2B skins.
Almost 18 months since Everleaf withdrew from the US market and payment issues began, its regulator revokes its real money gaming license.