The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has made a significant move by revoking the authorization granted to Super7plus Limited, with the cancellation taking effect on 17 January 2024. This decision aligns with the regulator’s recent actions, as it had also revoked licenses of three other operators in January. The MGA’s strong enforcement of its regulations is a positive indicator for the gambling industry, reinforcing its status as a preferred regulator for many gambling companies globally.

The cancellation of Super7plus Limited’s authorization follows the standard procedure outlined in the Gaming Compliance and Enforcement Regulations. The company is required to immediately suspend all gaming operations, cease the registration of new players, and ensure that existing players have access to their accounts to withdraw their balances. Additionally, Super7plus must settle all fees owed to the MGA within five days and submit a transaction report to verify the remittance of player funds within seven days from the effective date.

Furthermore, the operator must remove any references to the MGA and its authorization to prevent misleading information and officially distance the regulator from any future actions by the offending operator. Super7plus, which targeted the German sports betting market with an innovative gaming system, now faces limitations due to its failure to comply with MGA’s rules. While the company has the right to appeal, historical precedent suggests that such efforts are rarely successful.

The MGA’s recent activities, including the cancellation of licenses for other operators like Genesis Global, Betago, and Rush Gaming, demonstrate its proactive approach in upholding integrity and compliance within the gaming industry. The regulator’s regular compliance checks on its licensees further solidify its reputation as one of the world’s premier gambling authorities.

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