CSB Group Represents Malta for Tenth Consecutive Year

MEDIA ROOM

2011 was the 10th consecutive year that CSB Group and Zammit & Associates to represented Malta at the Milan Totally iGaming Week – the largest dedicated iGaming event in the world.

Held between the 20th and 22nd September, iGaming Week, also known as EIG, the event brought together 1500 key stakeholders, managing directors and CEOs within the iGaming industry. Among these one could find the top-10 operators, the eGaming Review Power 50 list, as well as the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA).

Now in its 10th year, the event attracts attendees from all areas of iGaming, from the most senior management to specialists in areas as diverse as strategy and research, law, regulation, finance, marketing, business development, fraud, gaming software, payments and IT. EIG speakers shared their knowledge and experience with delegates, offering a value-laden, feature-packed, unparalleled learning and networking event.

Among the array of sponsors and exhibitors, one could find the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA), CSB Group and Zammit & Associates Advocates, who continue to support such networking events with the aim of maintaining Malta’s reputation as one of Europe’s most promising markets operating in a global context.

Malta’s gaming industry

Innovation is a crucial notion and is at the heart of Malta’s gaming industry. It is for this reason that Malta continues to re-invent itself in this regard, following its successful establishment as a leading, serious and well-regulated European remote gaming jurisdiction. For this reason, Malta is estimated to host around 10% of the world’s on line gaming companies.

Malta as a gaming jurisdiction

Malta’s solid regulatory framework continues to rank Malta highly in as far as financial market sophistication goes, and the fact that Malta was recently ranked 11th among 139 economies, in the global competitiveness table, gives the country further competitive advantage.

‘’We continue to note an interest in Malta as the preferred jurisdiction of choice for iGaming start ups’’ said CSB Group CEO Michael J.Zammit. ‘’Last year’s event, and the recent Malta iGaming Seminar that we organised also served to show that innovation was as key as creating new market niches for the iGaming industry, Mr Zammit added.

CSB Group together with it’s legal arm Zammit & Associates Advocates, offer a real “one-stop-shop” service to online gaming operators by assisting clients in setting up / re-locating their gaming operation to Malta. CSB has been involved in the iGaming industry since its inception in Malta, that is since 2000. CSB also assists clients in submitting and pursuing a gaming license application to the Malta Lotteries & Gaming Authority (LGA).