- Class 1 on 4
- Class 2 on 4
- Class 4
Online gaming is highly dynamic and one of the fastest growing sectors in Malta. Malta was on the forefront with developments as it in 2004 became the first state in the European Union to regulate the industry. The norms which form the basis for regulating the sector are those of the Remote Gaming Regulation (S.L. 438.04).
MGA fuses the commercial needs of operators with a deep understanding of gaming legislation and good practice. The Maltese licences can be used cross-borders. The technical requirements provide players with security while simultaneously being sound to licensees. Malta have by many been considered one of the foremost jurisdictions in Europe to be regulated.
The Regulation establishes four individual types of online gaming licences. EveryMatrix have opted and been granted three of these, providing clients with a full spectrum of gambling offerings:
Class 1 on 4
Class 1 remote gaming licence is addressed to operators that manage their own risk on repetitive games (for example casino-type games). Class 1 licensee operates its games on the platform of a Class 4 licensee.
Class 2 on 4
A remote betting licence (an example of a Class 2 licence would include fixed-odds betting) whereby operators manage their own risk on events based on a matchbook. Class 2 licensee operates its games on the platform of a Class 4 licensee.
A licence to host and manage remote gaming operators, excluding the licensee itself. In essence this is a business to business (B2B) gaming licence.