1account Offers 10% Challenge For Licensed Sign-Ups

1account, a player identification and authentication specialist, has provided a challenge to online gaming operators to help them push up to 10 percent of licenced sign-ups.

To participate, 1account invited operators to send them, via secure file transfer, their last 30 days of UK player registration data, as entered by players at the point of registration.

A member of the 1account team will then contact the operator to show precisely how they can guarantee up to 10 percent progress in player verification.

As part of the challenge, an interactive revenue generator calculator was built by 1account to allow operators to measure the potential revenue increase by verifying more matches.

Caroline Steele,  1account  senior client director for gaming  said: “Online gambling operators are losing out on sizeable revenues because they are not accurately and successfully verifying some players.

“The 1account challenge is designed to highlight just how much operators are losing out on simply because their ID and verification processes are not fully optimised.

“By taking on our challenge, we can help operators increase successful player verifications by up to 10 per cent and also show them how much additional revenue they can generate as a result.

“Our technology offers the widest range of available data sources, enabling operators drive successful player verification rates to up to 95 per cent and we are looking forward to showcasing its power to more partners.”

The technology of 1account offers quick and precise identification and verification of players, enabling online gambling operators to trust new players onboard.

1account has also been shortlisted for the Fraud & Compliance Solution of the Year competition at next week’s SBC Awards in recognition of its player ID and authentication technology.

First Look Games teamed-up with 1account just last month to launch its Demo Game Server. This helps game studios behind an advanced verification tool that meets UKGC requirements to serve their free-to-play trial games.