MGA withdraws license from Fenplay

Updated On Sep 6, 2018 by Natalie Whitehead

Malta Gaming AuthorityMGA, Malta’s gaming regulator has announced that it has withdrawn its license from Fenplay with immediate effect after it was revealed the Vincenzo Giuliano, The Director of Fenplay was arrested in Italy as it was thought that he was part of the mob.

MGA notified all its gaming associates that it has withdrawn its license from Fenplay with immediate effect. Its notice read,

Fenplay should suspend all operations, suspend all transactions on all sites including withdrawals and deposits as well as ceasing new player registrations and further submitted all documents that have been requested by the Authority.

Malta also took further steps to shutdown other betting operators that were associated with the organized crime. MGA further notified players that if they are owed money by the sites operated by Fenplay they should contact MGA via email.

MGA has also announced that affiliates should also stop promoting and marketing Fenplay and should drop down all marketing materials that have anything to do with sites operated by Fenplay with immediate effect.

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