Geolocation specialists GeoComply have announced a new operations manager for North America has been appointed. Lindsay Kininmonth starts her role immediately and is tasked with working with regulators, vendors and operators in the US online gaming industry. Kininmonth joins the firm from TST, a Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) company, and commented: “I am thrilled to take this opportunity with GeoComply at this time, just as the US IntraState iGaming market is opening up.”
General manager Anna Sainsbury, who gave us an insight into the world of geo-location services, commented: “We are very happy to have Lindsay on board. She really understands the needs of private and public bodies when it comes to compliance in the iGaming industry and her experience will be a great benefit when it comes to supporting licensed operators and ensuring they can geolocate their players with certainty.”
Organizers of the International Gaming Awards 2012 have announced the event is a complete sell out. The fifth annual jamboree takes place on Monday night and aims to recognize the best companies in the entire gaming industry over the past year. The tablog is up for industry publication/portal of the year and if we’re victorious you know that we’ll be bringing the party!
Mahjong Logic has upgraded its Isle of Man license so it now includes B2B capabilities. According to eGR, it means the company can offer licensees a network services or standard licence, as well as being able to provide sub-licensing services. The IoM government also announced that recent licensee Pariplay will launch Scratchgames.com and Mamutgames.com.