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Tag: Joseph Cuschieri

MGA heralds far-reaching and forward-looking changes

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Embracing the rapid pace of change in the industry, the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority) is pushing ahead with its bold new vision for gaming. According to executive director Joseph Cuschieri, this will include unprecedented investment in sector-specific skills and a future-proof approach to the regulation of digital currencies.   The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is continuing work on a wideranging revamp...

UK market no longer just a fantasy for Oulala

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The Malta Gaming Authority has granted daily fantasy sports provider, Oulala.com, the first official controlled B2B skill games licence in the region.   The daily fantasy sports (DFS) provider, Oulala.com, has reached a landmark goal for the sector by becoming the first licenced B2B DFS supplier. Oulala’s goal, which was to be regulated separately from other iGaming activities, was achieved when they...

Malta iGaming Seminar to host first ‘iGaming Idol’ employee awards

The 8th edition of the Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS) will introduce an employee award ceremony, iGaming Idol, to promote employees working in the Maltese iGaming community.   The awards event will be the first of its kind in the iGaming industry and is aimed at recognising individuals in every sector of an iGaming operation. Employers or colleagues will be able to...

MGA aims for streamlined licensing process following study

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Malta’s regulator hopes to simplify the licensing process but remains sceptical of Bitcoin.   The exec chairman of the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) said that the regulator was looking to simplify its licensing process as it develops new legislation to update its gaming regime.   In an interview with Malta Today, Joseph Cuschieri said that the MGA aims to simplify its licensing process,...

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