License - a sum of Euro4,700/month in the first six months after the issue
of the license & Euro7,000 per month for the entire duration of the of the
Online gaming operated by a Class 4 Remote Gaming licensee, licensee who
operates the hosting platform shall not pay any tax for the first six
months after the issue of the license, then he pays Euro2,350 per month
for the subsequent six months and subsequently Euro4,700 per month for the entire duration of the license.
operating from the hosting platform - a sum of Euro1,200/month.
Betting Operations - a sum equivalent to 0.5% on
gross amounts of bets.
Betting Exchanges - a sum equivalent to 0.5% on the sum of all net winnings
calculated per player
betting – a sum equivalent to half of one per centum (0.5%) on the
aggregate of stakes paid.
Provided that in all cases the total maximum
of tax payable per annum by one licensee in
respect of any one license shall not exceed Euro465,000.
Remote Gaming Regulations 2004 have undergone a major revamp.
proposed new regulations were publicly presented by
the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) in mid-October 2005. The LGA
commissioned the Malta Remote Gaming Council (MRGC) to lead the
consultation process and the Legal & Regulatory Workgroup of the MRGC
has actively worked on suggestions for presentation to the LGA. These
were presented to the LGA in November 2005 and are now awaiting final
Chetcuti Cauchi exhibits at ICE Totally
Gaming Expo, London 2012 | 21/11/2011
The Malta issues new Gaming Devices Regulations, 2011 [15/04/2011]
Chetcuti Cauchi at ICE Totally Gaming, Earls Court, London 2011 [6/01/2011]
Silvana Zammit interviewed by James Swift
of "The Lawyer" on recent ECJ rulings and Malta's positioning as
leader in the regulated gaming internet gambling industry