BTM Entertainment Group Ltd has its license suspended

2 Feb 2019

MGA-logo-webBTM Entertainment Group Limited is about to stop any kind of operations and services, as the Malta Gaming Authority stated at the 31st of January. In fact, the Authority’ decision will have an immediate effect and they will have to stop accepting new players or deposits, while all the websites operating under the company will have to cease operation due to the suspension of the license. It is noteworthy that the most popular brand operating under BTM Entertainment Group Limited is Roy Richie.

More specifically, MGA stated: «The Malta Gaming Authority (hereinafter the ‘Authority’) is hereby notifying that BTM Entertainment Group Limited, gaming license MGA/B2C/350/2016, has been suspended as of 31 January 2019.

BTM Entertainment Group Limited has thus been directed to indefinitely suspend all gaming operations, cease to register new players or accept any deposits on the Licence and to submit all data and documentation requested by the Authority.

Furthermore, the Authority hereby notifies that any websites operated by BTM Entertainment Group Limited, or associated with BTM Entertainment Group Limited, and which make reference to the Authority or the above-quoted license is not approved to be operational by the Authority. Due to the suspension of the license, BTM Entertainment Group Limited is therefore not authorized to continue conducting gaming by means of distance communications under an Authority license.».

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