“iGEN and its members’ commitment to corporate social responsibility has lead to some truly great initiatives recently. Volunteers from some of the leading iGaming companies in Malta are giving up their free time and giving something back to the community through major environmental clean-ups.”
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“I am delighted to welcome Play North, a dynamic company with a strong vision for the future, to iGEN. The iGaming industry association is growing from strength to strength, and Play North are a great example of how entrepreneurship and innovation underpin the growth of the industry in Malta.”
“The members of iGEN warmly welcome the opportunity to meet, discuss, share and learn from each other, particularly in the context of the past two years where events, conferences and summits have been largely restricted to online.”
“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, GamingMalta has acted as a point of reference and assistance for the local gaming industry. This COVID-19 vaccination initiative is another step towards a mutual effort to safeguard the health of the industry’s talent, a task that remains at the forefront of our efforts. Let us get through the final hurdle together, as one.”
Majjistral Park Ranger Cami Appelgren commented ‘It is great to have so many volunteers coming to help us look after this Park, not only is the Park cleaned, but team members also get to experience firsthand how important the ecology of the park is, and how we have to work so hard to maintain the biodiversity balance’.
“I am delighted to welcome Internet Vikings, the leader in hosting services, domain portfolio management and marketing solutions, to iGEN.’
“I am delighted to welcome Glitnor Group to iGEN. Glitnor is one of the most exciting and fastest growing new realities in the iGaming scene, and I look forward to the entrepreneurial perspective they will bring to the iGEN conversations.”
(EGBA) has warned about a proposal by the German Bundesrat to introduce a 5.3% tax on online poker and slots stakes.
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.