Licensing Remote Gaming Operations in Malta

To operate remote gaming services from Malta, an appropriate license must first be attained. The Remote Gaming Regulations 2004 have extended the types of licensed gambling operations that can be processed through Malta to include online gaming, in addition to traditional fixed odds operations. Licensees are expected to operate in compliance with the Lotteries and Other Games Act 2001 (LOGA) and the Regulations, as well as anti-money laundering legislation, e-commerce legislation and other relevant law.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the rate of tax paid by a licensee on different types of remote gaming licenses?
What is the corporate tax levied on the International Trading Companies (ITC) for an online gaming operation from Malta?
What are the requirements to obtain a gaming license in Malta under the Remote Gaming Regulations 2004 and the Lotteries and Other Games Act 2001?


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