The Malta Gaming Authority has published a white paper detailing extensive proposals to reform gaming regulation in the jurisdiction. The proposed amendments seek to streamline the licensing process and to “future-proof” the legislation so as to cater for future innovations in gaming. But, if implemented, will the new legislation really have the desired effect? In this article, Nick Nocton and Gemma Boore of Mishcon de Reya consider the MGA's proposals for change and comment on how these amendments could improve the existing regulatory regime. Read the full article here.