Maltese Battle On For Euro Gaming.

The Malta gaming licensing authority last week heard further complaints by Jane and Karl Long against Euro Gamings The couple claim that Euro gaming owe them £66,000 in winnings from their website.

The complainants made by the Long’s include a comprehensive dossier that includes a full record of the T&Cs pre and post the incident and email exchanges.

The couple alleged that non-payment was not their only problem with this operator, who apparently denied access to their gambling logs, tried to blame the software company, made changes to the T&C after the event to ensure it reflects a "winnings void in the event of software problems" clause and finally agreed that staff had changed the pay tables on the day of the dispute.

The case is a test of the Malta Authority's claim that it enforces honest and efficient business practice among its licensees, The Malta online casino licensing authority has the case in hand, and a court case has been opened with its assistance in Malta. Parlay Entertainment (online bingo’s premier software designers) have maintained that there was no software fault. will keep you further updated with events surrounding this court case.

Editor, - 2005-10-31 10:50:56

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