LGA Must "Re-Invent Itself" and Reform, Says New Chairman
Key Takeaways
  • Online gaming in Malta faces “key challenges,” particularly from national regulations from EU member states.
  • Cuschieri was appointed as head of the Lotteries & Gaming Authority just this month, following the resignation of Mario Galea and Reuben Portanier.
  • He insisted on the need to enhance player protection mechanisms.
  • Edward Zammit Lewis, Malta’s Parliamentary Secretary for Economic Growth, echoed Cuschieri when he addressed a Malta iGaming Seminar.

Speaking at the Malta iGaming Seminar, newly-appointed LGA Executive Chairman Joseph Cuschieri stated that the regulatory body must re-invent itself if it is to drive growth in the online gaming sector over the next decade.