Mr Green is one of the high growth licensees in Malta, now offering over 200 games and is carving out a reputation as an eGaming provider that offers a personal service which is designed to make every customer feel like a VIP.
Jumio’s Netverify, which is rapidly being adopted for identity verification in the egaming industry, enables Mr Green’s customers to use the camera on their computer or mobile device to scan their ID document which is then validated by Jumio’s technology to ensure that players are who they say they are and that they are of legal age.
“Using Jumio to capture and validate customer identity documents provides a swifter, more seamless payout process which, of course, is something that our discerning customers expect”, said Luke Gauci, Head of Payments & Fraud at Mr Green.
“Mr Green is one of the latest companies to bring our technology into play to use compliance as a differentiator. By using Jumio, egaming operators can not only meet Know Your Customer compliance requirements but also improve the customer experience”, said Bjorn Evers, Director at Jumio.
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