GeoComply’s Geolocation Tools Added to BetWildwood By Amelco And ISI

Sports betting software and trading services provider Amelco and ISI Race & Sports have partnered with GeoComply, a geolocation service provider, to support BetWildwood in Colorado.

The joint venture, which has seen Amelco partner with ISI providing the upcoming sports betting platform for Wildwood Casino, is now expected to provide GeoComply ‘s age and identity verification services along with its compliance geolocation package.

BetWildwood is expected to streamline its operations by handling both KYC and compliance processes from the same back office and API by incorporating age and identity verification together with the GeoComply software.

David Briggs, founder and CEO of GeoComply noted: “We’re really happy to be providing both KYC and geolocation compliance to Amelco in support of its expanding sportsbook operations in the US market.

“With KYC and geolocation compliance critical aspects of online betting, it makes sense to manage both using a single API and back-office. Plus, the benefits of having a seamless, multi-vendor fail-over capability for age and identity verification is huge.”

ISI, which has developed kiosk solutions like those used by William Hill in Nevada and the new crystal betting terminal that IGT is introducing, sees Amelco’s betting network and native smartphone devices.

Casino operated by the American Gaming Group, located in Cripple Creek, boasts over 500-slot machines, 14 table games, and is currently in the process of building a 102-room hotel that is scheduled to open in late 2020.

Paul Manning, Amelco CEO, added: “Instead of needing to integrate multiple compliance vendors, GeoComply’s IDComply combined with their geolocation solution really streamlined the development, implementation and back-office management of our BetWildwood platform.

“IDComply’s ability to integrate multiple identity verification vendors into a single waterfall process provides a great user experience and ensures that all genuine players are able to quickly and easily onboard.”