GeoComply shortlisted for the 2018 Global Gaming Awards in the Responsible Business of the Year category
We are honored to be on the short list for the 2018 Global GamingAwards in the category of Responsible Business of the Year! Effective geolocation is a cornerstone of responsible
August 8, 2018 (Vancouver, Canada) – GeoComply today announced that it has received interim approval as a sports waging supplier in West Virginia for its geolocation compliance solution. The interim licensing
Lindsay Slader, GeoComply’s VP Regulatory Affairs, is quoted in Bloomberg Law’s story about the role of regulation and compliance in the emerging U.S. sports betting market. Click here to read
July 19, 2018 (Vancouver, Canada) – GeoComply today announced that SBTech has completed integration of its New Jersey approved geolocation compliance solution with SBTech’s iGaming & Sports betting platforms. GeoComply’s
GeoComply’s VP Regulatory Affairs Lindsay Slader will participate in the panel “How to Safely Implement Sports Betting and Online Delivery Channels” at the GLI Gaming Regulators Seminar on July 12th. If you’re interested
The West Virginia Lottery Commission has passed its sports betting rules for statewide online waging. As a part of this, stringent geolocation verification will be required to ensure that off-site
Congratulations to Rhode Island for passing legislation to legalize sports betting in the state. The legislation approves sports betting at two casinos – Twin River in Lincoln and the Tiverton
More exciting post-PASPA news with Mississippi announcing its approval of on-property sports betting! GeoComply is actively working onsite with MS casino operators to enable patrons to place bets via their
June 21, 2018 (Vancouver, Canada) – GeoComply today announced that it has signed an agreement to provide its market-leading geolocation compliance services to DraftKings. GeoComply’s geolocation technology will be provided to
On-demand Webinar | Sports betting in the US: the post-PASPA landscape – what does it mean for European companies?
Following the recent US Supreme Court decision to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) and pave the way for the legalisation of sports betting, CMS Law
GeoComply’s Lindsay Slader explains why the company’s geolocation technology will have a pivotal role in states with online sports betting, similar to how New Jersey online casinos use geolocation.
Anna Sainsbury, GeoComply USA’s CEO, will be a panelist in the session titled “Sports Betting: Where does it Stand in Mid-2018 and Where is it Going?” at the East Coast