November 24, 2020

Malta Gaming Authority launches suspicious betting reporting platform

Malta Gaming Authority launches suspicious betting reporting platform

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) published its newsletter entitled ‘Consultation Feedback and Guidance Paper in relation to Suspicious Betting Reporting Requirements and Other Sports Integrity Matters’ specifically states that B2C Malta-licensed operators offering betting on sporting events are required to report suspicious betting activity through a specific portal to MGA.

While the above mechanism will be officially available by January 1, 2021, the MGA is happy to announce that the Sports Integrity Unit has made the Suspicious Betting Reporting Mechanism (SBRM) available to all B2C Malta-licensed sports betting operators starting November 23, 2020. This is done in order to transition smoothly and make any necessary changes before the official obligation date.

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