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NEW GEOLOCATION SUPPLIER FOR U.S. ONLINE GAMBLING COMPANY
17th October, 2013 at 10:04:06
Pala Interactive selects GeoComply for geolocation in regulated markets.
The US i-gaming company Pala Interactive LLC has selected GeoComply USA as their geolocation solution provider for the regulated US market.
Former Excapsa and Party Gaming executive Jim Ryan, CEO of Pala Interactive, said Thursday:
"We feel that they offer the most comprehensive, reliable and user-friendly solution for compliance grade geolocation on the market."
Anna Sainsbury, CEO of GeoComply said: "This is an exciting partnership as it is further confirmation of the success we are having with respect to developing our business to be an industry leader in the Geolocation market place."
In related news, Sainsbury announced the promotion of general manager Valli Ardalan to the position of Chief Operating Officer for GeoComply.
"Our growth in the US has been phenomenal over the last quarter and we are pleased that Valli has agreed to focus entirely on this market and move to Las Vegas permanently."
GeoComply is licensed by the Nevada Gaming Control Board to provide geolocation solutions to approved operators in that market and has also been submitted for approval by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
Related News Tags: Las Vegas, Party Gaming, New Jersey
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