The 2024 annual edition of the high-profile iGaming Capital publication has officially been published. It features interviews, analyses and exclusive content on the latest developments in the local iGaming industry. Published by Content House Group, the high-end iGaming publication is the sister brand of, Malta’s leading iGaming portal.

The bumper 2024 edition of iGaming Capital is currently being distributed to all iGaming companies, affiliate companies, as well as all to leading businesses connected to the local iGaming industry, including legal firms, accountancy and audit firms, management consultancy firms, Government entities, corporate firms, software and IT companies, and more.

The Cover Story focuses on the undeniable state of flux within the iGaming industry. Regulatory developments from around the world require industry players to stay continuously update in order to capitalise on emerging opportunities and ensure their operations remain in compliance with the evolving requirements of the markets and jurisdictions they serve or aspire to serve.

“The good news is that the industry has matured significantly, and a core and group of experienced iGaming professionals can now navigate the road ahead with confidence. Regarding the Malta-based sector, it continues to strengthen, albeit at a more measured rate of growth,” remarks Helena Grech, Business Editor at Content House Group and Editor of iGaming Capital publication.

This edition of iGaming Capital also analyses Malta’s controversial Bill 55, protecting Malta Gaming Authority-licensed firms from foreign judgements in some instances – a move that has drawn heavy criticism from the pan-European iGaming community. Here, the publication brings together the regulatory, legal and operator views, sharing insights from outgoing MGA CEO Carl Brincat, iGEN Chairman and Founder Enrico Bradamante and Antonio Ghio Partner at Fenech & Fenech Advocates.

Another in-depth article focuses on banking, exploring possible solutions when the iGaming industry is faced with a risk-averse banking sector, featuring insights from Economy Minister Silvio Schembri, Kanon Gaming CEO Nikolai Livori and Bojoko CEO Joonas Karhu.

This edition also tackles the situation vis-à-vis recruitment and staffing, understanding how iGaming companies are managing to stay attractive in the current environment that favours remote working. Finally, the publication zooms in on Malta’s commercial property market, gauging whether there is still strong demand for highly attractive office space, as was the case prior to the pandemic.

A strong team at Content House Group worked on the 2024 edition of iGaming Capital, with Helena Grech as Editor, Wanaha Camilleri as Brand Sales Manager, Sue Pisani as Operations & Client Relationship Manager, and Nicholas Cutajar as Creative Director.

For more information on the iGaming Capital 2024 edition or on, get in touch via email on or on +356 2132 0713. Additionally, readers can visit the iGaming Capital portal at to stay updated on the latest developments in Malta’s iGaming industry.

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