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From LGA to MGA: Authority rebrands itself

The Lotteries and Gaming Authority has engaged in a re-branding exercise, reflecting “the Authority’s heritage, past successes, vision and values within the national agenda and in line with our strategic objectives”. Executive Chairman Joseph Cuschieri went on to elaborate that Malta is a pioneer in the remote gaming industry, hosting some of the world’s biggest operators and hailed as one of the top jurisdictions worldwide.

The launch of the Authority’s new brand was held under the auspices of Economy Minister, Dr Chris Cardona and Dr José Herrera, Parliamentary Secretary for Competitiveness. The event also saw the launch of the MGA’s new intuitive website at www.mga.org.mt, with a new, fresh look and feel as well as a stronger, more regular presence on social media platforms Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

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