The Malta Gaming Authority ("MGA") has published a guidance document ("Guidelines") with respect to the impact of the United Kingdom's ("UK") exit from the European Union ("EU").
Video games are no longer confined to small rooms. From personal entertainment systems, to ‘LAN party' subculture, to mainstream media, the industry has transformed and is changing at a...
Isle of Man
The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) has recently published (October 2019) commentary entitled, "Gaming the System: Money Laundering through Online Games".
Mamo TCV Advocates
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Superintendent of Public Health issued Legal Notice 76 of 2020 entitled 'Closure of Places Open to the Public Order, 2020' on 17 March 2020.
Da bi se postiglo optimalno regulisanje priređivanja igara na sreću, moramo prvo poći od početne pretpostavke da igre na sreću moraju biti zaštićene od:...
On the 26th November 2019, the Malta Gaming Authority (‘'MGA'') published an Explanatory Note setting out the principles which should guide the MGA
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Duane Morris LLP
Duane Morris partner Frank DiGiacomo was a panelist at KPMG's Malta Gaming eSummit, on November 26, 2019.
Under the Sandbox Regulatory Framework, the MGA offers licenced operators the opportunity to make an application for the use of ITAs.
DLT and each of its implementations are new and disruptive phenomena in the digital currency and technology spaces.
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has imposed a €2.34 million financial penalty to Blackrock Media Limited for operating a gaming service without the necessary authorisation. Silvio Schembri,
Following the overhaul of Malta's gaming regulatory framework in August 2018, gaming operators as well as third parties involved in marketing such as operators' ...
The regulatory framework applicable to both online and land-based gaming in Malta is consolidated into the Gaming Act (Chapter 583 of the Laws of Malta – "the Gaming Act"), and Subsidiary ...
Mamo TCV Advocates
Below are the salient points of the Malta Budget for the year 2020, which was presented to the House of Representatives by the Hon. Prof. Edward Scicluna, Minister of Finance, on 14 October 2019.
1.Social measures 2.Employment 3.Stamp Duty 4.VAT 5.Pensions 6.Environment 7.Capital Markets 8.Financial Services 9.Anti-Money Laundering 10.Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Internet of Things
Senior Associate Avv. Fabrizio Speranza, intervistato da Assopoker, esprime forti perplessità, sulla scia della Segnalazione AGCOM al Governo, in merito al recente intervento normativo in Italia ...
When it comes to the highly competitive world of esports, every edge counts. Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology can be that edge, offering elite players the chance to raise the bar.
With the number of people interested in Esports increasing rapidly on the islands, Gaming Advisor Mark O'Sullivan speaks to iGaming Capital Magazine about what lies ahead.
From the leading iGaming hub in Europe to 'The Blockchain Island', it seems as if there's no limit to how far Malta can go in the digital sphere.
The MGA has announced the establishment of the Commercial Communications Committee which will be entrusted with reviewing commercial communications and assessing and determining commercial communication complaints.