The Malta Gaming Authority has suspended Rush Gaming’s license with instant impact with out offering a particular motive for doing so. [Image: Shutterstock.com]
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has revealed that it has suspended Rush Gaming’s license. This impacts the web playing operator’s manufacturers immediately, with its Onebet and FansBet platforms not in a position to provide merchandise in MGA jurisdictions.
These choices supplied sports activities betting and on-line on line casino video games to prospects. The FansBet web site at present shows the next message: “Entry to this web site is at present restricted and restricted to login and withdrawal functions solely. We apologize for any inconvenience and recognize your understanding.”
MGA didn’t present any particular causes behind the choice
The MGA didn’t present any particular causes behind the choice, solely revealing that suspensions happen when operators break gambling-related legal guidelines or rules.
Rush Gaming nonetheless has to permit its customers to log into their accounts throughout the suspension intervals and likewise must refund all deposits. The corporate could enchantment the regulator’s ruling underneath the Gaming Act’s Article 43.
The MGA has been rising efforts to domesticate a safer on-line playing setting for gamers. It carried out 40 accountable playing compliance checks within the first six months of final yr and issued about $792,580 in penalties. Charles Mizzi is taking up as CEO subsequent month.