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2015 to sponsor Malta iGaming Seminar

London, 10 September 2012: is sponsoring the Malta iGaming Seminar (MiGS) for the third year running.

The popular Malta-based event focuses on a broad range of subjects close to the heart of the iGaming industry and will feature prominent CEOs discussing how they set up their operations in Malta. The team from will be on hand to offer online payment processing and fraud management advice to local and visiting operators. Managing Director, Michael Norton, comments: “Malta is a significant jurisdiction in European iGaming and is home to many of our clients, including Betclic and iGame, so it is an important territory for us. MiGS showcases leading global brands that have based their operations in Malta and is a terrific event which we look forward to supporting.” has been processing gaming payments for over eight years and supports many leading poker, casino, betting and mobile gaming operators in Europe.’s clients include Sportingbet,, 32Red and PKR.

MiGS|2012 is run by Swan Events and is in its fourth year. It runs from 11th – 12thSeptember and  will be held at the Hilton Hotel, Malta.

Keep updated with all of the latest news from the event at #MIGS12 / @MiGSMalta

Karla Winch / Katie Buckett
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About is an online payment processor that helps businesses take advantage of the opportunities, and manage the risks, of trading online. Drawing on its 14-year heritage in online payments, it provides a highly secure payment platform and FraudGuard, one of the most advanced online fraud management systems on the market. is certified to the highest level of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), offering all its customers compliance by default.  Additionally, it has links with all multiple acquiring banks, accepts all major payment cards and online payment schemes, and can process payments made online in cash at more than 24,000 local shops equipped with PayPoint terminals throughout the UK. is part of the PayPoint group (

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