The Malta Gaming Authority is arguably the most important regulatory body in online gambling today. This government institute offers the most sought-after licenses for casinos, so it pretty much speaks for itself that their news posts are being followed by casinos and seasoned gamblers alike. One of their latest news items was posted on the 26th of September 2018 and it seemed to attract quite a bit of attention. Because in this general notification, the MGA shared that the new Maltese Gaming Act would go into force. They are referring to Cap. 583 of the Laws of Malta and what they are specifically going into here is the treatment of intermediaries (or more specifically, what previously used to be called ‘intermediaries’) which is to be assessed in light of the Gaming Authorisations Regulations and the Gaming Authorisations and Compliance Directive.