The firm’s Gaming Unit provides our gaming clients with a comprehensive professional service, tailor made to their business requirements. Besides assisting clients to obtain their gaming Malta license, we also provide clients with other services which they may require to run their business in the most effective and efficient way. These include company formation, accounting and payroll services, preparation of financial statements, business plans and financial projections, tax advice, setting up of bank accounts and recruitment services.
We offer senior international gaming consultancy to all sectors of the gaming industry, including but not limited to, online gaming, land based Casinos and arcades, software and platform providers, and gaming machines manufacturers. Our gaming practice encompasses all aspects of gaming law, including licensing, corporate, legal and financial compliance, acquisition, mergers and development.
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