The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) issues different types of licenses based on the specific gaming activities and services provided by operators. Here are the main types of licenses issued by the MGA:

  1. Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Licenses: B2C licenses are issued to operators that provide gaming services directly to end-users or customers. These licenses cover various types of online gambling activities, including sports betting, casino games, poker, bingo, lotteries, and other interactive gaming services.
  2. Business-to-Business (B2B) Licenses: B2B licenses are granted to operators that supply gaming services and products to other licensed operators. These services may include platform and software solutions, game aggregation, hosting, management, or any other gaming-related services.
  3. Critical Gaming Supply License: This license is specifically for companies that provide critical gaming supplies or services to licensed operators. These critical supplies may include gaming software, platform solutions, payment processing services, hosting services, and more.

It’s important to note that within each license type, the MGA may offer different classes or categories of licenses to cover specific gaming activities or business models. The classes or categories may vary based on factors such as the size of the operation, the types of games offered, or the target markets.

The MGA’s licensing framework aims to ensure the integrity of gaming operations, protect players’ interests, and promote responsible gambling practices. The specific requirements and conditions for obtaining these licenses, as well as ongoing compliance obligations, are detailed in the MGA’s regulations and guidelines.

For more detailed and up-to-date information on the types of licenses issued by the MGA, including their specific requirements and conditions, it is advisable to refer to the official website of the Malta Gaming Authority or consult legal and regulatory experts specializing in gaming licensing.