Living and Gaming in Malta

Apr 24

The casino industry is an enticing place to work, and where better to work than the gaming hub that is the island of Malta. Malta is world famous for its Malta Gaming Authority, which is one of the stricter regulatory bodies. This has made it one of the more desirable authorities for issuing licenses to online casinos. For those who wish to embark on a journey into this industry, they could do worse than begin in Malta.

This may sound like a great idea to move over to Malta but there are a few things that a budding industry chaser needs to be aware of or think through before jumping right in. Firstly, it is in fact necessary to acquire residency in Malta before being able to work there. The very first step is an easy one, though. Simply submit the client’s nationality and the country they originate from. For this, there are many well qualified law firms that are more than capable of aiding any potential resident in these matters. Some companies such as GTG Advocates have helped people from around the world in achieving residency for Malta. This unique ability to accept people on a global scale is another point in Malta’s favour, as it means that there is an ever-growing multicultural task force always on the island.

After residency has been acquired, the next hurdle comes in the form of actually being able to get a casino or gaming related job. As with everywhere in the world, this can be hard, there are however many places to search online that can aid with this quest. For those that are excessively organized and committed, the job can be applied for and achieved even before the residency has been granted.

Overall, when using a qualified law firm, the residency process is a relatively straightforward one.

Benefits of a Custom Gaming Controller

Feb 14

The days of Super Mario Brothers on the Super Nintendo are gone, gaming is now an ultra competitive and sometimes even professional career choice where performance has started to become more and more important. Professional and casual gamers looking for higher return out of their video game play can turn to custom controllers and other peripherals for the extra edge that their game needs. Controller, mouse and keyboards are common equipment that serious gamers will upgrade to improve their performance in game.


After market controllers seek to improve in game performance largely through two things; ergonomics and accessibility. These types of controllers will often have more buttons than a normal factory controller. The extra buttons can be programmed to specific functions, or sometimes to specific combinations of commands so pressing one of the programmed buttons might replace pressing pressing several buttons on a normal controller. Ergonomics is the other common factor, finding a controller that more comfortably fits the hand of the gamer to increase performance.

Gaming Mice

Variable, on the fly, DPI changes are the highlight of gaming mice. DPI increases the sensitivity of the mouse, meaning it takes smaller movements of the hand to move the mouse pointer the same distance on the screen. For high clicking games like RTS titles this can vastly improve functionality. Often there is a ‘switch’ so teh user can flip between hyper-sensitivity and not depending on the application. These mice are also geared towards ergonomics, striving to give the user as comfortable an experience as they can. Extra buttons, often where the thumb rests, can add functionality to the user as well. These extra buttons can be programmed with different commands.

Custom Keyboards

Custom keyboards are mostly concerned with extra keys with special programmable functions. As many games prefer using the ‘w’, ‘a’, ‘s’ and ‘d’ keys for directional movement because there are more keys in that area of the keyboard than the traditional arrow keys, gaming keyboards will put even more buttons in that area, or spread out the ‘a’, ‘s’, ‘d’, ‘w’ keys to make them easier to use as directional keys. Different shapes and key spacing can improve performance largely depending on the personal preferences of the user.