Malta Yanks Bet Service Group's Gaming License

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This week the Malta Gaming Authority announced that they've revoked the gaming license held by Bet Service Group Limited, ordering them to cease gaming operations in the region immediately.

The regulator said that the company must cease their operations immediately, meaning that the company cannot register new accounts or take deposits at their betting website, The MGA also asked the company to submit documents so that they can investigate the group. No reasoning for the revocation was available as of press time.

Players affected by the move are urged to send the MGA their information, including: full name, address, DOB, phone number, registered ID, Bet Service username, and a screenshot of their balance. Funds aren't guaranteed to be paid out, but the MGA will work to facilitate claims.

We'll update readers as we learn more.

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7 February 2019 - 7:20pm

Well, I wonder what might be the case there...funds aren't guaranteed doesn't sound to well for the Bet Service Group customers and probably MGA should at least cooperate in players claims and hopefully there won't be damages because of that for anyone of them.