Avoiding fines and lost licenses in the iGaming industry: why identity proofing
Peter-Paul de Goeij (Dutch online trade association) | James Baston-Pitt (Onfido) | Trent Wyatt (GeoComply)
About this talk
Harm minimisation might be the biggest challenge facing the gambling sector, especially as iGaming reaches an ever-increasing volume of players. With increasing scrutiny coming from politicians and the media, there is an urgent need for a wide-reaching industry response. But how does the industry tackle such a complex issue quickly enough to avoid fines or lost licenses?
This panel, moderated by Peter Murray (Director, Alexem Services) and comprised of Peter-Paul de Goeij (Managing Director, Dutch online trade association), James Baston-Pitt (UK accounts lead, Onfido) and Trent Wyatt (Consultant, GeoComply) will be discussing how operators can effectively understand the behaviours of their customers, what an at risk player looks like, and how identity verification can help them better know their customers and introduce effective harm minimisation initiatives.
- How to better identify at risk players and their behaviour
- The importance of data integrity in assessing your player base
- How identity proofing at onboarding can help
- How to implement reliable identity KYC practices without increasing friction
Our AI-based technology assesses whether a user’s government-issued ID is genuine or fraudulent, and then compares it against their facial biometrics. That’s how we give companies like Revolut, Zipcar and Bitstamp the assurance they need to onboard customers remotely and securely. Our mission is to create a more open world, where identity is the key to access.…