The Malta iGaming Survey

What is the Malta iGaming Survey? Why iGaming Survey? What is the aim?

The igaming sector is a strong contributor to Malta’s economic performance, yet it is also a highly dynamic sector demanding quick policy responses and effective and efficient service providers. The Malta iGaming Survey is a mapping exercise of the igaming industry in Malta with the purpose of providing analysis that can positively contribute towards continued growth in this sector.


As a licensee, you are invited to participate in this survey because we believe you are an important gaming market stakeholder and your expectations and perspectives matter. The survey will only take about ten (10) minutes.


How to participate?

After registering your interest to participate, a link to the survey will be forwarded to you. You can obtain access to the survey link by emailing Vladimiro Comodini or


All the data provided in your responses will be retained in confidence and will only be used for research purposes. Your responses will not be identified as yours, but will be aggregated and results published in a manner that does not identify any participant. A copy of the published report following analysis of all responses will be forwarded to you.

Why Malta iGaming Survey?

RSM Malta has designed the survey with the intention of establishing a researched analysis of trends, expectations and perspectives that can shape policy and services offered to gaming stakeholders.


The source of the below-listed data is the Malta Gaming Authority, 2018 Annual Report.


largest sector of the economy, excluding public administration


Gross Value Added (GVA)


Full Time Equivalents as at 31/12/2018

The Aim

The Malta iGaming Survey is intended only for gaming companies licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority.  Their knowledge, experience and expertise in the Malta gaming sector will provide this research with up to date and relevant information.

The purpose of the Malta iGaming Survey is to identify trends and market stakeholders’ expectations and perspectives.

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