The press has covered events, accusations and criminal charges being levied in Malta which have had a negative impact on the reputation of the iGaming industry by direct and indirect association.
We speak with iGEN founder Enrico Bradamante on the ever-growing, thriving industry of gaming in Malta.
Following the recent launch of WhyiGaming, an intuitive platform dedicated to all things iGaming in Malta, Enrico Bradamante outlines the current state of the sector and its recruitment drive.
iGEN, the iGaming European Network has launched a new initiative called ‘Why iGaming’ to promote careers in the iGaming sector in Malta.
Biggest grey-listing concern for iGaming sector is Malta’s banking sector becoming more difficult, expensive
Maverick Slots CEO and iGen Chairman Enrico Bradamante understands why the gaming regulator is not entertaining a ‘Plan B,’ should Malta become grey-listed, but stressed that companies must prepare for all eventuality.
The new Gaming Act came into force, introducing a regulatory framework to further stimulate innovation in the sector on the island while ensuring adherence to international anti-money laundering and de-risking requirements. Did it hit the mark?
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The marked shift by a significant portion of Swedish players towards the illegal gambling market will have negative ripple effects on Malta’s own gaming sector, the head of Malta’s association of iGaming companies has warned.
The local gaming industry is feeling the repercussions of the economic impact of COVID-19, with land-based casinos and sports betting operators having been dealt the worst cards.
Malta has become a hub for the iGaming sector, but now that all sports events are cancelled, concerns were raised about the gaming sector’s situation.