Entities operating without recognition notice given until April 14 to self-report

Reg. 22 of the Gaming Authorisations Regulations (S.L. 583.05) states that any person offering licensable games in or from Malta without an authorisation issued in terms of these regulations, but under an authorisation issued by another Member State of the EU or the EEA, or a State which is deemed by the Authority to offer safeguards largely equivalent to those offered by Maltese law, shall apply to the Authority for a recognition notice.

The Authority is providing entities which have been operating in contravention of this regulation until 14 April 2023 to come forward and self-report their administrative non-compliance. The Authority shall consider this act of disclosure when meting out any ensuing administrative decision in this regard.

Any queries or self-reporting in terms of this news item shall be sent out to: [email protected].

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