MaisQueBet and Malta Gaming Authority’s stand on unlicensed entities

Lea Hogg 1 month ago
MaisQueBet and Malta Gaming Authority’s stand on unlicensed entities

The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), Malta’s esteemed gambling regulator, recently issued a statement to dispel any misconceptions about its association with the online gambling platform, maisquebet.com. The MGA has categorically stated that it has no connection with maisquebet.com, and any claims made by the website suggesting such a connection are false and misleading.

MaisQueBet, a company registered under the number 12556331, operates from Groot Kwartierweg, Curaçao. It claims to be licensed and authorized by the Government of Curacao. The platform offers a variety of online games, including roulette, blackjack, baccarat, and more. The legitimacy of these claims is questionable, as the MGA has clearly disassociated itself from the platform. However, there is no clear evidence of any significant deals or partnerships that MaisQueBet had in the past before its disassociation from the MGA.

As for the presence of an office in Malta, there is no available information indicating that MaisQueBet has or had an office in Malta.

The MGA has reminded consumers to verify the authorization of any entity before utilizing its services. This is crucial because the gaming regulatory framework mandates authorized persons to adhere to strict legal requirements for the protection of consumers. Unlicensed entities, such as maisquebet.com, operate outside this regulatory framework, making transactions with them risky for consumers.

The MGA has a list of licensed entities on its website. This list serves as a reliable resource for consumers to verify the authorization of gaming platforms. The MGA encourages consumers to refer to this list to ensure they are dealing with licensed entities that comply with the stringent legal requirements set by the regulatory framework.

The MGA’s stance on this issue reflects the Authority’s commitment to safeguarding consumers from the potential risks of unregulated online gambling, also serving as a call to action for consumers to be more vigilant and proactive in verifying the authorization of online gambling platforms.

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