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The betting tool must officially be made available by 1 January 2021

The MGA launches online platform for suspicious betting reporting

The MGA launches online platform for suspicious betting reporting
Malta | 11/24/2020

This new tool, the Suspicious Betting Reporting Mechanism (SBRM) should now be with all sports betting operators with MGA licenses now, having launched on November 23.

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ollowing the Authority's publication entitled Consultation Feedback & Guidance Paper in relation to Suspicious Betting Reporting Requirements & Other Sports Integrity Matters, one of the obligations for a B2C Malta-licensed operator which offers betting on sporting events is to report suspicious betting via a specific portal to the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

Although the above mechanism must officially be made available by 1 January 2021, the Authority has announced that the Sports Integrity Unit has made the Suspicious Betting Reporting Mechanism (SBRM) available to all B2C Malta-licensed operators which offer betting on sporting events as of 23 November 2020. "This is being done in order to prepare for a smoother transition and make any necessary changes prior to the official obligation date", stated the MGA.

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