Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has officially revoked the license granted to Super7plus, effective January 17, 2024, following a thorough assessment of the operator’s activities.

The MGA has outlined a series of stringent measures that Super7plus must adhere to in the aftermath of this decision. Firstly, all gaming operations must cease immediately, and the registration of new players is prohibited under the existing authorization.

Super7plus is obligated to facilitate existing players in accessing their accounts to request the withdrawal of any outstanding balances. Simultaneously, the operator must settle all outstanding fees owed to the Authority within five days from the effective date of the license cancellation.

Within seven days from the effective date, Super7plus is required to submit a comprehensive transaction report to the Authority, accompanied by supporting bank statements demonstrating the proper remittance of all player funds to the registered players. Furthermore, any reference to the Authority and its authorization must be promptly removed.

The MGA has emphasized that this decision is subject to appeal, allowing Super7plus to contest the revocation in accordance with Article 43 (1) of the Act. The announcement comes on the heels of recent news where the MGA suspended the authorization of another operator, Rush Gaming, compelling them to reimburse players for any outstanding funds.

In a related legal and regulatory news update, Sydney-based operator SportChamps has incurred a fine of AU$17,500 (US$11,481) for violations of gambling advertising laws. This marks the sixth conviction for SportChamps in similar offenses, highlighting the regulatory authorities’ commitment to ensuring compliance within the industry.

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