Dr Carl Brincat has been designated Malta Video gaming Authority (MGA) Chief Executive Officer by the regulatory authority’s board of directors.The consultation accompanies prompt impact adhering to a public call for applications in December. A lawyer by occupation, Brincat was
previously the MGA’s chief lawful & enforcement officer, having served on the MGA &’s lawful group for over 6 years. Brincat claimed: “It is an honour to be picked to lead the organisation at such an important point for the MGA as well as the market alike.”I take pride in the work that has actually been done by the Authority until now in elevating regulative standards and devoted to ensuring we continue along this path.”Nonetheless, it is vital we grow more powerful partnerships
with various other regulators as well as stakeholders, and also the sector itself, to achieve a regulative setting that accomplishes the MGA’s objectives as set out in the regulation in the most efficient, transparent as well as in proportion fashion.”In 2018, the MGA designated Heathcliff Farrugia to the Chief Executive Officer role and, in November, he announced
he would certainly not be restoring his tenure at the helm of the regulator.