Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) and Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), the Dutch regulator, have agreed to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The aim of the MoU is to curb illegal activities in their respective gambling markets.

Under the new MoU, both the regulator will work on their respective jurisdiction together to prevent and tackle gambling-related gambling criminal activities.

The regulators have also agreed on collaborating on different initiatives to protect vulnerable people from gambling addiction. The aim is to make both Malta and Dutch gambling market fair and transparent.

KSA Chairman Rene Jansen said that the MoUs are a solid basis for sharing knowledge, cooperation, and exchange information.

He insisted that the operators would get a clear message that the regulators have joined hands internationally.

Heathcliff Farrugia, Chief Executive of MGA has showered praises on the new understanding and agreement. MGA already has an understanding and agreement with other regulators.

He said that the relationship and cooperation with KSA have yielded tangible results in the past and with this MoU, a stronger relationship at the international level is formed.


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