Malta Online Gaming Licence Application

Malta Online Gaming Licence Application

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CSB Group offers a “one-stop-shop” service to online gaming operators by assisting clients in setting up or relocating their gaming operation to Malta. The Group has been involved in the iGaming industry since its inception in Malta – that is since 2000 and assists clients in submitting and pursuing a Gaming Licence application to the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). 

Meet us at G2E Las Vegas

Another edition of G2E Las Vegas is upon us and CSB Group will be attending once again to provide attendees with more information about our renowned iGaming services. The event will be taking place between the 10th until the 13th of October at The Venetian Expo in Las Vegas.

This is an excellent networking opportunity for iGaming professionals as attendees will be able to get inspired with new ways on how they can accelerate their business. CSB Director and iGaming expert, Roger A. Strickland Jr., will be providing attendees with more insight into how CSB Group’s 360° approach to business solutions can drive your business forward.

The Malta Online Gaming Licence Application Process

Operators looking to obtain an online gaming licence in Malta are required to undergo a rigorous application process in the course of which applicants are required to submit detailed information and documentation relating to their proposed operations for review and scrutiny by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The process is explained in further detail below. 

The Application Process

The application process has been harmonised into a singular stage. Applicants can submit all the required information at one go and the MGA commits itself to the analysis of all information through multiple internal process streams.

In the application stage the MGA assesses whether an applicant:

1. Is fit and proper to conduct gaming business.
2. Is correctly prepared from a business strategy perspective.
3. Has the operational and statutory requirements to meet the obligations prescribed by
law and policy.
4. Has correctly implemented and tested, on a technical environment, what has been applied for, before going live.

1. Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) Fit & Proper Test

The MGA conducts a fit and proper exercise on the applicant by assessing all info