Malta Suspends License of 7epta7

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This week it was revealed that the Malta Gaming Authority has suspended the gaming license of 7epta7 with immediate effect.

No reason for the suspension was given by the MGA, but they did note that 7epta7 will have to suspend their operations immediately, and will not be able to register new accounts or process gaming transactions.

In a notice posted on its site the MGA wrote: "Furthermore the Authority hereby notifies that any websites operated by 7epta7 Limited, or associated with 7epta7 Limited, and which make reference to the Authority or the above-quoted licence are not approved to be operational by the Authority. Due to the suspension of the licence, 7epta7 Limited is therefore not authorised to continue conducting gaming by means of distance communications under an Authority licence."

In response, the 7epta7 wrote that their site would be down for a week as they redesigned their operations. The company's site currently reads: "Good news for all Fans of 7EPTA7! The Redesign of our Webportal is right in front of the Finishline….So we can re-open our Service in a few Days..Stay Tuned and Bookmark us…"

Those who feel that they have been negatively impacted by the site and have money due to them can email the MGA with their personal information to make a claim.

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14 March 2016 - 3:29am
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Never heard of that one. How are you supposed to pronounce it?

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14 March 2016 - 12:32pm
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Not sure. Sounds like it's a fraternity name or something.

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14 March 2016 - 12:52pm
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CL-Ed wrote:

Never heard of that one. How are you supposed to pronounce it?

It's usually not pronounced, at all 🤠 at least that's how I read the whole article....BTW, it's the first time that I've read about a Licensing authority flexing its muscles!

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15 March 2016 - 12:07am
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Come to think of it when I was a kid there used to be this cartoon on tv called Battle of the Planets. They had this robot character called 7zark7.

Its not the first time we've seen a licensing authority do something like this, but it certainly isn't a common occurrence.

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18 March 2016 - 10:27pm
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Really hard penalty from MGA and I guess this company had made some serious violations of the rules. But that have to be a lesson for all who trying to cheat in some way and I personally support that.