|The Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta has been awarded for ‘Excellent Services to the Online Gaming’ by British magazine Business Britain, after an investigation into the regulation of remote gaming. Malta was the first EU member state to regulate online gaming. The award was presented to LGA’s Legal and Enforcement Director, Dr Anthony Axisa at the Malta High Commission in London.|
Dr Axisa said “We are delighted to be recognised for our ‘Excellent Services to the Online Gaming Industry’ by Business Britain Magazine. This award attests to the validity of LGA’s strategy and acknowledges the success the Authority’s registering as the leading remote gaming regulator in Europe”.
Commenting on winning the award, LGA’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Mario Galea claimed that this is an extremely important achievement for the Lotteries and Gaming Authority considering the market in which it operates. Mr Galea also expressed his satisfaction that the award came from a country where gambling regulations are highly upheld.