GeoComply signs deal with bwin.party
Geolocation technology company GeoComply Ltd struck its first major deal since the ink dried on their Class II Nevada gaming license. GeoComply will provide online gaming operator Bwin.party Digital Entertainment (SBR rating B-) with support for desktop and mobile applications across the United States.
GeoComply CEO Anna Sainsbury released the following statement, "We are thrilled to have won this tender and to now be working with bwin.party in such an exciting new market. As a specialist company focused on the iGaming space, we are very much looking forward to assisting bwin.party in delivering to the gold standard of iGaming compliance in geolocation technologies".
GeoComply also intends to pursue licensure in New Jersey, which also recently legalized online gambling.
SBR reported on June 20 that GeoComply Ltd was issued a Nevada gaming license.
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