Reduce underage gambling by verifying the date of birth of a player. Ensure geographic jurisdiction and age verification rules requirements are met while delivering a low friction onboarding process.
Vet new players and detect bad actors with simple, accurate and compliant digital verification. Take advantage of biometric authentication to protect in-game perks which are vulnerable to online fraud and identity theft.
Reduce abandonment rates by enabling your players to retake a picture of their ID or selfie if the initial image is unreadable. This type of course correction increases conversion rates by 15% to 20%.
Expedite regulatory compliance including Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) in near real time, as if the player is standing in front of you.
By requiring an ID document and a corroborating selfie, operators can reduce friendly fraud and ensure that the player creating the account is who they claim to be with a high level of assurance.
Jumio’s advanced age verification checks minimize the risk of underage players gaining access to age-restricted gambling sites. Jumio makes it easy to comply with gambling commissions and local jurisdictions’ age and identity verification rules by implementing a seamless verification process for new customers, all while keeping personal data secure.
Under current KYC and AML regulations, gaming operators are legally obligated to verify user identity, age, location and source of funds among other categories in order to protect their users and platform from bad actors and fraud. Jumio helps you tick all of these boxes.
It’s too expensive to acquire players only to lose them due to time-consuming and unfriendly business processes. Jumio’s identity verification technology has been proven to speed up the customer experience when they sign up, deposit funds and retrieve payouts.
Mandated by jurisdictional licensing requirements, 9 of the top 10 leading gaming operators trust Jumio’s identity verification solutions to ensure their players are exactly who they say they are, and to keep cybercriminals at bay.