Malta Gaming Authority CEO Carl Brincat leaves in 2024

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Malta Gaming Authority CEO Carl Brincat leaves in 2024

Malta Gaming Authority‘s current Chief Executive Officer, Carl Brincat has chosen not to update his agreement, which is ending on January 25, 2024.

MGA has unveiled its intention to initiate a public search for his successor in the future. Brincat first united with the Malta Gaming Authority in 2014 in the capacity of a legal advisor. During 9 long years, he held various roles in the organization getting the position of the CEO at the beginning of 2021.

The CEO at MGA, Carl Brincat mentioned in his speech:

This was a tough choice. The previous decade of my presence in the organization has been a whirlwind of various experiences that have played a significant role in shaping the individual I’ve become today. It has been an honor to guide the Authority for the last few years. Reflecting on this journey, I am delighted for the collective accomplishments we’ve achieved and the exceptional team that I’ve had the honor to work with.

Chairperson at MGA, Dr. Ryan C. Pace added:

We truly appreciate Carl’s valuable help for the MGA and the iGaming industry in the country. We are truly appreciative of his services and have complete faith in the powerful organization with the strict mission path he has built as we go on to work towards the MGA’s strategic goals.

Before taking on the position formally on January 26, 2024, Brincat’s successor would need to work with him for a short time to make sure a seamless transition, according to an announcement made by the MGA.