GeoComply applies for a license in New Jersey
Geolocation solutions provider GeoComply has become the first internet ancillary services provider to successfully file an application with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The company had confirmed last month that it was to submit an application to the organisation in order to take advantage of the new regulated market in New Jersey, which is expected to go live in November.
Anna Sainsbury, GeoComply chief executive, said: “New Jersey is an important market for us and our customers and the fact that GeoComply was the first internet ancillary entity to successfully submit for licensing is an indication of our commitment to being ready for the market-opening in November.”Last year saw GeoComply open an office in Nevada and subsequently awarded a Class III license by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
In addition, the firm recently signed a deal to support iGaming giant bwin.party across desktop and mobile devices.