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maltatoday, SUNDAY, 27 MARCH 2016 Gaming in Malta III What has established our global reputation in the gaming industry? reputation reputation MALTA GAMING AUTHORITY Building SCM02-03, Level 4, SmartCity Malta, Ricasoli SCM 1001, Malta T +356 2546 9000 E At the Malta Gaming Authority, our regulatory philosophy, organisational principles and culture are focused on player protection. Malta's transparent legal framework and experience in regulating gaming has developed into a world class eco-system providing effective, innovative and efficient regulation. Our regulatory framework provides assurances both locally and internationally that fairness and transparency are at the core of everything that we do. To this effect, our licensees are associated with the highest levels of integrity and efficiency. Proudly recognised as a world class authority in terms of innovation, governance and diligence. A busy start to 2016 for Tipico and Tipico Careers THE first two months of 2016 proved very busy for Tipico and Tipico Careers, with the Portomaso-based German sports betting company and its employer brand hosting a number of high profile activities and events. Tipico Careers welcomed visits from VIPs such as President of Malta Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca and of the Opposition Simon Busuttil as well as the mayor of St Julian's, Karl Gouder. Tipico also donated €15,000 to the L-Istrina campaign that raises funds for the Malta Com- munity Chest Fund, and inaugurated a set of brand new offices, taking another floor of the Portomaso Busi- ness Tower. This is the sixth floor out of the 22 in the tower that are now staffed by 210 Tipico employ- ees from 28 different nations. In February, Tipico Careers hosted a business breakfast in partnership with the University Students' Council (KSU) that was well attended by students who were given the op- portunity to learn more about the opportunities the company offers as well as about the online sports betting industry. The brand was also a prominent participant in the three-day KSU Careers Conven- tion on campus. The Tipico Careers stand was visited by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, as well as many students and other interested par- ties. There will be no rest for Tipico as the expansion continues and many other activities are planned for the rest of the year.

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