Following recent suspension of accreditation

Malta Gaming Authority cancels Rush Gaming license for regulatory non-compliance

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The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has cancelled the license held by Rush Gaming Limited, following a recent suspension of the company's accreditation. This decision comes after the MGA cited Rush Gaming's failure to adhere to regulatory obligations and Maltese laws.

“The Malta Gaming Authority has decided to cancel the authorization bearing reference number MGA/B2C/701/2019 issued to Rush Gaming Limited effective as of 11 March 2024. This is being done in accordance with regulations 9 (1) (c) and 10 (1) (a) of the Gaming Compliance and Enforcement Regulations (S.L. 583.06) (the ‘Regulations’),” MGA said in a statement.

In January, the MGA announced that Rush Gaming had not complied with one or more regulatory requirements or laws in Malta. Consequently, the company's license has been canceled, with instructions from the MGA for Rush Gaming to promptly inform all players of this development via email within a seven-day timeframe.

Furthermore, Rush Gaming has been instructed to settle any outstanding fees owed to the MGA without delay. The regulatory authority has also mandated the immediate removal of any references to the MGA by Rush Gaming.

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