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Enrico Bradamante, iGen chairman and CEO of Maverick Gaming, tells BusinessToday Malta needs to get its act together if it is to retain its edge in the gaming industry and achieve its aspirations in the blockchain and AI markets.
Transport Malta supported by the GamingMalta Foundation and iGEN (iGaming European Network) hosted representatives of the iGaming industry in its offices in Ħal Lija.
A bad reputation, lack of adequate infrastructure, high property prices and the availability of places in schools for foreigners offer significant limitations to gaming sector’s growth, conference hears.
Malta-based gaming companies accused of operating illegally in Norway acted within a full legal framework, by virtue of the single market freedoms, an industry body has insisted.