iGaming has become a major contributor to Malta’s GDP and government revenue from the iGaming industry. The industry has generated substantial economic activity in Malta over the past years, particularly since the introduction of the Remote Gaming Regulations (L.N. 176 of 2004) and the upgrading of its internet cable links with mainland Europe.
Over the past years Malta has successfully established itself as a leading, serious and well-regulated European remote gaming jurisdiction and is estimated to host around 10% of the world’s on line gaming companies.
GVZH Advocates is one of Malta’s leading legal practices actively involved in e-commerce and remote gaming law. The firm offers a full spectrum of services including company registration, preparation and co-ordination of all aspects of the application process with the Lotteries and Gaming Authority and on-going support for operators establishing their operations in Malta.
Andrew Zammit is singled out by one source as “one of the best gaming lawyers in Europe.” . He advises gaming sector clients on transactional matters, such as restructuring and acquisitions.