Malta Gaming Authority Revoke Star World’s B2C Licience

The Malta Gaming Authority have removed Star World Limited’s B2C gaming license swiftly after it was found that gaming compliance and implementation rules were violated by the provider.

Star World, which runs the Mr Ringo igaming organisation, has the choice of appealing the judgement following a license suspension two years earlier because the agency does not approve websites owned by or linked with the company.

Revocation is implemented after three violations of the Gaming Act, which resulted in a inability to make payments to the agency when legally due, to make payments to participants when legally due, and to guarantee the validity and accessibility of vital legislative information.

Star World is no longer allowed to perform any gaming activities, enrol fresh games or receive fresh payments from customers as a consequence of the intervention.

However, it was specified that the organisation is needed to maintain and provide access to their player accounts to all licensed teams, and to reimburse all user loan money in accordance with applicable law.

This recent decision follows a distant license ban granted to Star World in August 2017, which saw the company cease to enrol fresh competitors permanently, stop all transactions on all accounts, including deposits and withdrawals, and send all information and paperwork required by the agency.

It was stated that “any websites operated by Star World Limited, or associated with Star World Limited, and which make reference to the Authority or the above-quoted licence is not approved to be operational by the authority.”