Malta Gaming Authority to launch a unified self-exclusion system for its remote gaming licensees

Malta Gaming Authority to launch a unified self-exclusion system for its remote gaming licensees

By site_editor

May 22: Following the recent upgrade of the unified self-exclusion system for land-based operators, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) is set to embark on another ambitious project which will lead to the implementation of a unified self-exclusion system for all its Remote Gaming licensees.

Today, remote gaming operators licensed by the MGA are already obliged to offer self-exclusion tools to their players; however, there is no unified system in place, and an excluded player can seek the services of different operators, while being excluded from some others. The Authority is conscious that this is a gap in the protection offered within its regulated environment and is committed to working towards a system which will give the possibility to players to self-exclude across all licenced gaming channels, be it land-based or remote.

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