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Rush Gaming’s licence revoked in Malta

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Rush Gaming’s license in Malta has been revoked two months after it was initially suspended.

Malta Gaming Authority has announced that it will cancel Rush Gaming’s authorisation with immediate effect. Rush Gaming is the operator of both Fansbet.com as well as Onebet.com.

MGA has not provided an explanation for the cancellation of Rush Gaming’s licence. MGA announced the suspension of Rush Gaming’s licence in January. It stated that licenses could be suspended in the event operators violated gambling laws or regulations in Malta.

Rush Gaming is required to inform all affected players and pay all fees. MGA has confirmed that it may appeal this decision.

Rush Gaming’s B2C Gaming licence includes several gambling activities. The licence covers casino games, fixed odds betting and controlled-skill games.

Malta cracks down on licencees

MGA has had an eventful start to this year. Super7Plus, a gambling online operator was the fifth company in just two weeks that saw its license revoked in January.

Charles Mizzi was appointed CEO at the beginning of this year. Mizzi succeeded Carl Brincat who had stepped down from the CEO position after two years.

Mizzi was the CEO of Residency Malta Agency for five years before joining MGA. In his professional career, he also served in other high-ranking positions including as the head of BNF’s image and communication unit.

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