Effective 17 January 2024, the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has made the decision to cancel the licence granted to Super7plus. This decision comes with certain obligations to be followed, as set out by the MGA.

Firstly, all gaming operations must be immediately suspended, and no new players can be registered under Super7plus’ authorisation. However, existing players will still have access to their accounts in order to request the withdrawal of any outstanding balances.

Super7plus is also required to settle all outstanding fees owed to the Authority within five days from the effective date. Within seven days, a transaction report, along with supporting bank statements demonstrating that all player funds have been properly remitted, must be submitted to the Authority.

Additionally, any references to the Authority and the authorisation must be urgently removed.

It is important to note that this decision by the MGA can be appealed in accordance with Article 43 (1) of the Act.

This development follows the recent suspension of authorisation for another operator, Rush Gaming, which was also required to reimburse players for any outstanding funds owed. In other legal and regulatory news, operator SportChamps, based in Sydney, has been fined AU$17,500 (US$11,481) for violating gambling advertising laws.

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