GeoComply Passes Five Million Mark for Geolocations in New Jersey’s iGaming Market
GeoComply is pleased to announce that merely four weeks after New Jersey’s regulated Internet gaming market officially launched, it has already provided over five million geolocation results for its customers.
This milestone figure is reflective of the success of the overall market launch and the demand amongst players to access New Jersey’s licensed iGaming sites - 10 out of 11 of which rely upon GeoComply for their geo-location verification services.
Following this achievement, GeoComply’s CEO Anna Sainsbury stated:
“GeoComply is delighted to see New Jersey’s regulated Internet gaming market performing so strongly. We look forward to continuing to fulfill the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s high regulatory standards, while also providing New Jersey’s Internet gaming operators with the most accurate and reliable geo-location technology available.”
Since launching in 2011, GeoComply has quickly become the industry’s trusted solution for reliable, accurate and precise geo-location services.
GeoComply’s patented solution can be tailored to comply with complex legal and regulatory requirements, providing clients with assurance that their online gaming enterprises are fully compliant with all laws and regulations.
With more than three decades of collective industry experience in the global Internet gaming industry, GeoComply’s CEO, Anna Sainsbury, and GeoComply’s Executive Management team bring unrivalled experience and expertise to the emerging US regulatedInternet gaming market.
This expertise and experience has enabled GeoComply to create a patented and proprietary solution that is unparalleled in its level of accuracy and integrity, as well as in the depth of security and ease of implementation.
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