The DGA is made of three sections, which are Compliance, Licensing and Policy and Finance. On top of that, the body also has a different category, which regulates the Danish brick-and-mortar casinos.
While the Malta Gaming Authority does it in Maltese style, the Danish Gambling Authority (DGA) does it in the Danish manner. In other words, the DGA is the gambling regulatory body in Denmark. It is funded by Denmark's government and casinos, sucha as live casinos (in the form of licensing fees).