The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has taken action, revoking the authorization of AMGO iGaming Malta. Effective December 6th, the company is required to inform its players about the cancellation via email and their website.In addition to the notification, AMGO iGaming Malta must provide clear instructions on how players can withdraw funds from the platform. They are committed to assisting players throughout the process.
Upon withdrawal requests, the MGA mandates that AMGO iGaming Malta must make every effort to transfer player funds within 5 working days. The company is also expected to initiate funds transfer for all players, even those who haven’t requested it. Any unresolved player disputes must be settled as well.
This isn’t the first time AMGO iGaming Malta has faced MGA’s intervention. They had their license cancelled in October due to multiple violations of Maltese gaming regulations, including failure to pay required fees.
AMGO iGaming Malta is a global operator of multiple gaming brands and acquired Jetbull from EveryMatrix for €2m ($2.2m) in 2019. Although no specific deadline has been mentioned, AMGO iGaming Malta should act promptly to prevent further repercussions.
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