The new licence categories (S.L. 438.04) have been changed to service-based (B2C) and supply-based (B2B) types.
On 21st November 2017, the Malta VAT Dpt issued guidelines which shall change the VAT treatment of certain supplies related to gambling as of 1st January 2018.
We launched a guide to the duties and responsibilities of the Key Official for gaming companies in Malta: the Key Official Guide.
Revised consultation document on the application of AML/CFT obligations to the gaming sector issued by the FIAU and the MGA.
The Malta Gaming Authority published a White Paper proposing major reforms to the Malta's Gaming legal framework.
New Skill Games Regulations which empower the Malta Gaming Authority to regulate this sector came into force on the 24 January of 2017.
2015 saw the introduction of new VAT rules for Gaming operators. Mazars Malta independently carried out market research with key players in the gaming market.
2015 saw the introduction of new VAT rules for iGaming operators. Has this been a smooth transition, and what have been/ are the main issues?
The MGA announced the publication of guidelines with respect to the technical infrastructure hosting gaming and control systems used by remote gaming licensees.