The recent licensing issue of WorldPay in Colorado might make this type of incident sound uncommon, but late renewals happen in every state and jurisdiction. This issue highlights one of the main themes of our recent webinar, now available on-demand here: https://www.bigmarker.com/sbc-webinars/OneComply
The expansion of gaming has created a highly interrelated industry, where your license can be impacted by a partner, supplier or vendor’s non-compliance – and this is especially true when it comes to the critical systems a gaming company utilizes in their direct operation. They all have an ongoing compliance and licensing component that needs to be effectively managed and monitored with defined responsibilities and accountability – it’s imperative that nothing falls through the cracks.
Our expert panelists provided a wealth of insight on this and other important licensing and compliance issues currently facing gaming companies and we sincerely thank them for participating: Shannon Nadeau, Sightline Payments, Gabrielle Angle, GeoComply, Eric Frank, Odds on Compliance and Robert Lo Giudice, Mojo Interactive.
In this on-demand webinar, moderated by OneComply CEO, Cameron Conn, our panel discussed licensing and compliance from several different angles including:
– Strategies for dealing with an increasingly interrelated gaming industry
– Ways to break down silos between legal, compliance, HR, operations and finance
– Best practices to effectively manage and monitor critical systems, technologies and platforms
– Advantages of replacing manual processes and implementing purpose-built automation tools
Considering the recent WorldPay oversight, this webinar is extremely timely and provides a wealth of critical information to help you protect your company’s most valuable asset – your gaming license.
Watch it today: https://www.bigmarker.com/sbc-webinars/OneComply