GeoComply gets new Nevada licence
GeoComply has seen its new Vancouver head office awarded a licence by Nevada’s gaming authorities.
The geolocation and anti-fraud services company, which works within the gaming and media rights industries, established the new headquarters due to “rapid expansion”.
The office in the Canadian city has now been granted a Geolocation Service Provider Licence by the Nevada Gaming Commission.
In a statement, GeoComply said its proprietary and highly adaptive technology has “successfully met and exceeded all challenges put forth by North American regulators with record-high verification rates”.
“We are pleased that the Nevada Gaming Control Board has extended our license to include our new larger Vancouver head office,” said GeoComply chief executive Anna Sainsbury. “This expansion allows us to extend our anti-fraud services to a wider range of customers and use-cases.”
GeoComply, which is also licensed in New Jersey, works with companies such as Georgia Lottery, Delaware Lottery, Caesars Palace, MGM and DraftKings.
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