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We will continue to provide the gaming sector with the tools it needs to achieve further growth – Minister Silvio Schembri

“As a government, we have always believed in the iGaming sector and have strived to provide an environment for the industry to grow. We are working on it,” said Silvio Schembri, Minister for Economy, European Finances and Land, at the launch of iGaming Next’s three-day event at the Mediterranean Conference Centre.

Minister Schembri said it was clear that the sector was dynamic, from visiting gaming companies to launching gaming-related events and catering to high-profile conferences.

“As a government, we believe that the gaming industry in our country will continue to grow and transform our economy, so it is in our interest to protect this industry, be it gaming, video game development or esports,” said Minister Schembri. says. Speaking about the employees in the gaming sector, Minister Schembri said Malta has always attracted the best talent in the sector and will continue to attract more young people to the sector. “MCAST and the University of Malta allow students and instructors to participate in the Unity Certification Program. We now also have educational programs for the iGaming sector offered at Levels 3 and 4. We give talented individuals the tools they need to succeed.”

Minister Schembri said that in the near future, an iGaming Council will also be established, managed by the Gaming Malta Foundation. It will consist of a high-level forum that assists and consults various government agencies on policies relevant to this sector. Councils also help build stronger relationships between governments and industry.

Photo: DOI, MEFL



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