GeoComply’s Chairman, Anna Sainsbury, has been appointed to the board of directors for the American Gaming Association (AGA) as a bid to support “understanding of regulated gaming” in a post-PASPA America.
The compliance grade geo-location technology supplier has become a board-level member of the AGA, the national trade group which represents the $261bn casino industry in the US.
Sainsbury praised the appointment. She commented: “With the rapid and seismic changes in the industry over the last year, we felt it was important to become a member of the AGA now, and support their work to drive understanding of regulated gaming across the US.
“It’s extremely important for legislators and regulators to know how continuously improving systems and processes, such as ours, are being used to ensure compliance with State and Federal law and to better protect all iGaming players in the US.”
GeoComply currently supports regulated sports betting, online casino, poker, lottery, ADW, and DFS operators across 42 US states as part of efforts to ensure that vendors are compliant with both state and federal regulations.
“We are pleased to have GeoComply join the AGA as a core member and welcome Anna to our board,” added Stacy Papadopoulos, Senior Vice President of Industry Services at the AGA.
“Suppliers like GeoComply serve an important role in the gaming ecosystem and having them active in the AGA benefits our members and the industry as a whole.
“With the expansion of iGaming and sports betting opportunities in the US, their expertise on both the regulatory and operational side is invaluable.”