- Malta Gaming Authority issues statement about suspension decision
- Directed to suspend gaming operations and cease registering new players
Regulator, the Malta Gaming Authority has issued a statement about it’s decision to suspend the Class 1 on 4 remote gaming license of Random Games Limited for unspecified reasons.
On its website, the regulator reports that: “The [Malta Gaming] Authority hereby notifies that any websites operated by Random Games Limited or associated with Random Games Limited and which make reference to the [Malta Gaming] Authority or [remote gaming license MGA/CL1/670/2010] is not approved to be operational by the [Malta Gaming] Authority.”
It continued: “Due to the suspension of the license, Random Games Limited is therefore not authorised to continue conducting gaming by means of distance communications under [a Malta Gaming] Authority license.”
The Malta Games Authority has noted that, at present, no further information will be available in order that they do not compromise any investigations that may take place.
In the meantime players who believe they are due outstanding payments from the company are invited to email the MGA with details of their claim.
Random Games Limited (Companies House no: 06560435) has asked us to clarify that it is a private limited company based in the UK that is in no way associated with the company of the same name ‘Random Games Limited’ registered in Malta with the registration number C50145, and which is the subject of the reported decision.