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MGA suspended licence of mafia connected betting site Bet1128.com

Malta Gaming Authority has suspended remote gambling licence of online gambling company CenturionBet Ltd, owner of Bet1128.com brand.

The official statement of Malta Gaming Authority says: “CenturionBet Limited has been directed to indefinitely suspend all gaming operations, cease to register new players, suspend all transactions on all websites, including deposits and withdrawals, and submit all data and documentation requested by the Authority.”

The MGA said that all websites operating under CenturionBet’s licence were “not approved to be operational by the Authority”. However, the MGA logo and the company’s suspended licence number could still be seen on Bet1128.com.

MGA suspended licence of mafia connected betting site Bet1128.com

An official statement has been released on Bet1128 website: “Dear Client, Following a decision by the MGA, Centurionbet, trademark Bet1128, definitively suspend its activity. Your account will remain enabled to allow statements checks and accounting operations.”

Italian finance police investigation revealed CenturionBet’s connection to names associated with organised crime.


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