MGA Suspends Gaming License of Star Wars Limited for Multiple Violations

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The Malta Gaming Authority or MGA has lost all its patience with the Star Wars Limited. The Company runs Mr. Ringo Online Casino and the license of it has been revoked by MGA in the clampdown against the operators who do not play by the rule book. The authorities multiple violations for Star Wars Limited and warned them enough on previous occasions. In fact, a couple of years ago, the license was also suspended for suspicious activities. The MGA did not really specify any reason at that point. However, the authorities have now called out the violations this time and terminated the license with immediate effect.

The authorities have made sure that the company would not be able to carry out gaming operations in the region. There will be complete prohibition on registering new players and accepting customer deposits, clarified MGA. However, all the access to the already registered players must be retained and provided. All the refunds should be made to the credit of players under the provision of law.

As per the Third Schedule to the Gaming Act, Chapter 583 of Law of Malta, a company must follow a few fundamental rules. However, Star Wars Limited has violated the crucial three of them. The first is to have failed to make payments to MGA whenever it was due. The second violation was to fail to make payment to the players whenever due. The third violation was to fail to provide the integrity and essence of data regulation. All of these three violations are serious and fundamental to follow.

The iGaming community has long called out the business process of this website. The players have complained about the confiscation of the payouts without any reason. However, the company never really gave any reason for the denied payments.

The MGA has finally decided to wake up after so many calls. The unfair operators from the market should not be entertained and strict rules must be followed. It is understood that MGA would take a lot of learning from this case and implement the same in the future.


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