Online gaming software supplier GameAccount Network has become the latest company to select geolocation and player ID verification service provider Central Account Management System (CAMS) to provide a range of Know Your Customer (KYC) solutions for the New Jersey iGaming market.

GameAccount has partnered with betting operator Betfair to power the Trump Plaza casino’s online gaming offering, with the supplier providing casino content, alongside its gaming platform and player management solutions.

CAMS will aid GameAccount by handling payment connectivity, fraud detection and prevention, playing what is described as “a key role” in ensuring the offering is secure and properly managed.

Following New Jersey’s launch of iGaming last month, CAMS chief executive Matthew Katz said he was “proud to be working alongside an industry leader like GameAccount Network.”

“The GameAccount Network team shares our mission to create a safe and secure environment for casinos, lotteries, regulators and players that meet or exceed regulatory and compliance requirements,” Katz added.

CAMS has already partnered with a number of companies active in the state, supplying the likes of, Ultimate Gaming and Pala Interactive with its KYC services.

Having been approved to offer its KYC services in Nevada, CAMS secured a New Jersey transactional waiver shortly after the market launched.

“The CAMS team has proved excellent to work with under the strictly time-bound deadline applicable in New Jersey and we have been welcome recipients of their general advisory services in addition to those of a purely technical nature,” GameAccount CEO Dermot Smurfit commented.


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