November 27, 2013 (Mt. Laurel, New Jersey) GeoComply is delighted to announce that its proprietary geo-location solution has passed Lab tests and received the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement’s (DGE) approval.
A significant achievement, this approval follows GeoComply’s completion of months of stringent testing and in-depth evaluation by the DGE as well as the successful completion of New Jersey’s soft launch.
New Jersey regulators indicated that reliable and accurate geo-location is of paramount importance in evaluating operators’ readiness for New Jersey’s regulated Internet gaming market. The Division expressed confidence that the GeoComply solution gives them the tools to meet the on-going legal and regulatory requirements for jurisdictional compliance.
New Jersey’s geo-location requirements, as established by the DGE and supplied by GeoComply, now represent the highest-yet achieved industry standard for geo-location in regulated markets.
The latest methods, technologies and geo-databases have been brought to bear by GeoComply in satisfying the DGE’s challenge to attain the highest confidence factor possible.
Following news of the DGE’s approval, GeoComply CEO Anna Sainsbury stated:
“We are delighted to have fulfilled the DGE’s vision for creating an environment that provides the highest level of geo-location accuracy, reliability and integrity. The heart of the GeoComply solution is compliance with complex legal and regulatory requirements. The DGE’s approval underscores our ongoing commitment to enable Regulators and licensed Internet gaming operators to comply with all geo-location requirements.”
GeoComply has been selected as the geo-location solution by most of New Jersey’s Internet gaming operators. New Jersey’s regulated Internet gaming market launched on November 26, following a successful five-day soft launch.