The new VerifyMe: a modular ecosystem to even further expedite the verification, registration and monitoring of new players.

Just over two years after the opening of the online gaming market in the Netherlands and after gaining a lot of experience with the vast majority of providers, CDDN launched the latest version of VerifyMe recentlyIt is a completely new modular ecosystem for securely authenticating, registering and monitoring players. With VerifyMe, players are identified safely, quickly, and reliably at the ideal moment in the purchasing process.

The online registration of players within the gaming market is subject to increasingly strict regulations. Consider the Remote Gambling Act, the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Act and the legal duty of care. To ensure that gambling providers are compliant with legislation and regulations, but also to prevent fraudulent practices and defaulters at an early stage to identify and deter, VerifyMe has been launched. Martijn de Boer, initiator of VerifyMe: “There are millions of players every day where a reliable identity check should be carried out. In case of mistakes there a lot of consequences to consider. In addition to compliance issues that can result in lawsuits and damage to reputation, defaulters and identity fraud is an increasing financial risk for many gaming providers.”

Secure and modular

Martijn de Boer: “Safety is our top priority. Of course, for the players, who have to be able to play safely and responsibly. But also, for gambling providers. The customer and play data must be secure. We can ensure this within our ecosystem. By for instance using dedicated servers.”

Furthermore, VerifyMe offers gambling providers a dashboard with detailed management information, ongoing monitoring, and the ability to quickly and directly to contact a player. VerifyMe is added seamlessly to an registration process linked to the existing gambling platform. This is fully customized to the provider’s corporate identity.

Within VerifyMe’s modular ecosystem, companies can pick and choose a variety of relevant checks to add to their online purchasing processes: email verification, address details, iDIN name check, IBAN name check, ID check and various (background) checks, including PEP, insolvency, receivership, money laundering, terrorism, and death. It is also possible to add industry-specific services and checks to the registration process. An example is Cruks, a system of the Gaming Authority in which players with a gambling bar are identified and can be held accountable by game providers. Martijn de Boer: “In addition to the fact that companies can organize their own identification process in a modular manner, this is done at the highest possible safety precautions. For instance by choosing a dedicated server.”