The New Jersey Division of Gaming enforcement has approved GeoComply’s application to be licensed as an ancillary casino service industry enterprise, which means the Las Vegas-based company is allowed to offer its geo-location services to the state’s Internet gaming market.
As of Thursday, GeoComply had entered into agreements to provide its geo-location technology to several Atlantic City casinos and Internet gaming platforms. The company did not identify its partners in New Jersey, or disclose details of the agreements.
GeoComply services for geolocation include centralized monitoring and tools that offer control for customized border configurations, advanced reporting tools, fraud detection, user tracking, device fingerprinting and configurable location settings.
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