Integrity, a division of software solutions provider Aristotle Integrity, has been fully licensed to offer its Know Your Customer (KYC) and geolocation products in New Jersey by the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE).
Through Integrity, New Jersey’s licensed iGaming platforms will have the most comprehensive age and verification service on the market, Aristotle claims.
The division takes a multi-process approach to verification, including real-time global data checks, geolocation, automated government document verification and face-to-face authentication. It claims to have been granted one of the first licenses for KYC and geolocation in New Jersey.
Its parent company Aristotle is a major technology provider for political campaigns and organisations, offering campaign software, voter data, political action committees (PAC) and grassroots software and services.
Since 1983, it says, every US president from Reagan to Obama has used its solutions, as have numerous senatorial and congressional campaigns, Democratic and Republican state party initiatives and many of the largest PAC and grassroots organisations.
Aristotle Integrity’s senior vice president of business development Michael Bolcerek welcomed the DGE’s decision to award his company a licence, saying that it would help accelerate demand for its services as the New Jeresy iGaming market continues to grow.
“This license is a representation of Integrity's commitment to facilitate compliance with all online gaming regulations,” he said. “Recent initiatives in Europe combined with our 15 years of compliance experience in US and European regulated markets prove Aristotle is the only truly global KYC provider for the iGaming industry.”
Gaming operators and suppliers who currently use Integrity as their main age and verification solutions provider in New Jersey under its transactional waiver can now use the DGE’s full licensed approval to support their regulatory obligations in the state.