Gambling Compliance Introduces Real-time Risk Monitoring ServicePublished July 19, 2016 by Mike P
Online gambling operators can use a new real-time risk monitoring service to receive tailored alerts drawn from over 1,000 jurisdictions.
Gambling Compliance has revealed a brand new service that will enable users to access real-time risk monitoring information via an online platform. From July 2013, users who sign up for the service are being promised access to gambling alerts drawn from more than 1,000 daily sources. Fundamentally, the service is designed to cover legislative and policy changes from throughout the global gambling industry.
A Global Monitoring Service
The rational for creating such as service, according to Gambling Compliance, is that much of the world now has nationally controlled marketplaces, while the gambling operators and software providers themselves are international in their scope. Quite simply, Gambling Compliance’s aim is to make it easier for those entities to adhere to precise legislative requirements of regulators and governments.
Gambling Compliance has been designed for its new real-time monitoring tool to be integrated alongside existing services that are being used by clients. Alternatively, it will also be possible to access real-time monitoring as a standalone product. Gambling Compliance is already known for its informative reporting packages.
100+ Gambling Jurisdictions
In promising to help clients save time and resources, Gambling Compliance will use an in-house roster of researchers and lawyers to draw from sources positioned in over 100 gambling jurisdictions. For clients, it would not be possible or practical to operate with a similar scope, whereas Gambling Compliance is ready to share real-time alerts with subscribers.
On a daily basis, Gambling Compliance’s team will scour an array of sources. At a glance, the main examples include European Commission notifications, court cases, policy announcements, regulatory proposals, licensing processes, enforcement actions, and more.
For new subscribers, the service has been designed to make the information digestible. Each year, subscribers can expect to receive approximately 150 alerts that have been tailored based on their interests. Subscribers can also seek direct advice from Gambling Compliance’s in-house experts.