New Jersey Approves GeoComply to Conduct Business with Online CasinosPublished November 12, 2013 by OCR Editor
New Jersey has approved GeoComply's applicaiton to enter into business agreements with local online gaming platforms.
The Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) of New Jersey has approved GeoComply's application to be licensed as an Ancillary Casino Service Industry Enterprise, which means that GeoComply will be allowed to enter into agreements with New Jersey's Internet gambling permit holders.
Since New Jersey has legalized online gambling within state boundaries, GeoComply is a logical option for casinos and online gaming platforms. Launched in 2011, GeoComply has quickly become a trusted industry solution for accurate geo-location services, and Chief Executive Officer Anna Sainsbury brings more than 30 years of experience in the internet gaming industry to the company. Now that it's been approved by the DGE, they will be able to detect if someone is playing at an online New Jersey casino from beyond state borders.
Now that GeoComply has received approval, they can enact the agreements that have already made with several of New Jersey's internet casinos.
Commenting on the receipt of approval from the DGE of New Jersey, Anna Sainsbury, GeoComply's Chief Executive Officer stated, "We are honored to receive this approval from the DGE. Since inception, we have ensured that compliance with the applicable laws and regulatory requirements is at the heart of the GeoComply solution. We are committed to ensuring that GeoComply provides the highest level of accuracy and integrity to New Jersey's licensed operators."