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BLACK-WHITE CASINO NOT MGA LICENSEE
02nd November, 2016 at 14:26:49
Regulatory authority distances itself.
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has distanced itself from black-white-casino.com saying it has no connection with the operator and any gaming licenses claimed to be held with the MGA are false and misleading.
According to black-white-casino's 'about us' page, the operator is owned by williambet.net Anjouan (Comores) and claims licensing and regulation under the " Anjouan Lotteries and Gaming Authority" despite carrying both the Malta Gaming Authority and Gibraltar logo's.
At the time went to press, the MGA logo was still displayed on black-white-casino.com along with Gibraltar certification, GamCare, GPWA, Ongame and NetEnt logo's.
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