Malta Gaming Authority launches suspicious betting reporting consultation

Regulator aims to introduce B2C licensing condition requiring the reporting of suspicious bets

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has launched a seven-week-long consultation on the implementation of suspicious betting reporting requirements by all B2C licensees. Under the proposed new standards, licence holders must inform the MGA of “any circumstances which may lead to one or more bets being voided owing to suspicion of manipulation of a sporting event”.…

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