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Super7Plus: Fifth operator to have Malta licence cancelled this month

| By Robert Fletcher
Online gambling operator Super7Plus has become the fifth business in two weeks to have its licence cancelled by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
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Super7Plus has been operating its Super7.plus website under the Malta licence. However, the MGA has now ordered the operator to cease all activities being run via this permit.

The operator has been ordered to settle all outstanding fees due to the regulator. This must be done within five days of the cancellation notice, which was issued on 17 January.

Super7Plus must also allow players to access their accounts to withdraw remaining funds. In addition, it must provide evidence of these refunds to the MGA via a transaction reports.

Other demands include removing reference to the now-cancelled Malta licence from all its websites.

Super7Plus has been given the option to appeal against decision. 

Super7Plus cancellation follows Winners Malta Operations and Genesis Global

The MGA is seemingly clamping down on operators that breach rules, with this being the fifth cancellation in two weeks. However, little is being made public behind the decisions to take this course of action.

This was the case with Super7Plus, with the MGA not disclosing its reasons.

Little was also said in relation to the regulator cancelling Winners Malta Operations’ licence this week. The ruling was announced this week but came into effect on 11 January.


Winners Malta Operations was given a similar set of steps to follow after cancellation. 

Also this week, the MGA cancelled Genesis Global’s B2C gaming licence after an initial suspension in January last year. The operator had been running 23 websites using the licence including Vegasoo.com, Sloty.com, Casinojoy.com and Genesiscasino.com.

Last week also saw Rush Gaming’s licence being suspended. The operator runs both the Fansbet.com and Onebet.com websites. In addition, Betago had its licence cancelled last week. 

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