The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has cancelled the license of online gambling operator Super7Plus, making it the third business to face this fate in a week. The operator had been running its Super7.plus website under the Malta license, but the MGA has ordered it to cease all activities under this permit.
According to the MGA, Super7Plus has been instructed to settle all outstanding fees owed to the regulator within five days of the cancellation notice that was issued on January 17th. Additionally, the operator must allow players to access their accounts to withdraw any remaining funds and provide evidence of these refunds to the MGA via transaction reports. The operator is also required to remove any references to the now-cancelled Malta license from all of its websites.
Although Super7Plus has the option to appeal the decision, the MGA did not disclose the reasons behind the cancellation. This lack of transparency is consistent with the cancellations of Winners Malta Operations’ and Genesis Global’s licenses earlier in the week. Little information was provided regarding the reasoning behind these decisions.
Winners Malta Operations was given similar steps to follow after the cancellation of its license. Additionally, last week saw the MGA cancel Genesis Global’s B2C gaming license after an initial suspension in January of the previous year. Genesis Global had been operating 23 websites under this license.
Rush Gaming’s license was also suspended last week, with the operator running both the Fansbet.com and Onebet.com websites. Furthermore, Betago had its license cancelled last week as well. The MGA’s recent actions suggest a clampdown on operators that breach rules, but the specific reasoning behind these cancellations remains unclear.