Dorobet's Malta License Suspended

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Today the Malta Gaming Authority announced the suspension of the gaming license of Dorobet, a group that provides betting services to punters around the globe.

The company's license was yanked due to a lack of payments to the regulator, with the MGA claiming a breach of Regulation 9 (1) of the Gaming Compliance and Enforcement Regulations, paragraphs B, C, and L. This ruling states that Dorobet may no longer carry out operations, take deposits, or engage in signing up new players. Current players are able to withdraw funds from their accounts.

Dorobet does have the right to appeal the decision, although we don't currently know if this will be the case.

Casino Listings News will update readers as the story develops.

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23 February 2020 - 8:44pm

I don't think I've ever heard of this company, but it seems like more and more companies are having issues with the gaming regulators so I'm sure they're not the last ones to get their license suspended.