Malta Gaming License
Regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), Malta is a diverse and innovative hub for the gaming industry. It is the jurisdiction of choice for many operators wishing to establish European hub.
Since 2018, Malta has provided a simplified licensing process that offers two licence types: a Gaming Service Licence for B2C and a Critical Gaming Supply Licence for B2B. The regulatory framework covers games of chance, games of chance and skill and skill games.
The MGA requires the applicant company to meet the prescribed minimum issued paid up share capital requirements. A maximum requirement of €240,000, these funds can be used for operational purposes. The standard rate of corporate tax in Malta is 35% and with careful structuring can be reduced to an effective rate of 5% for non-resident beneficial owners.