NuxGame, an experienced gaming and betting software provider, has announced a partnership with Sumsub, a global tech company providing end-to-end KYC/AML solutions.
This agreement will enable NuxGame’s network of operator partners to get seamless, fully integrated access to Sumsub’s advanced security and compliance services.
Sumsub is an all-in-one identity verification platform that helps businesses easily verify users and steer clear of fraud, while ensuring full compliance with shifting regulations. The company has recently launched a new, growth-focused partner program, and NuxGame is the latest to sign on.
The deal comes as NuxGame continues its expansion, having recently signed deals with customer-led marketing solution Optimove, leading affiliate and agent management system PartnerMatrix, and prominent developer Platipus Gaming.
Bar Konson, head of sales at NuxGame, commented: “Security and compliance have always been hot topics in iGaming, but never more so than now, with the rising demand and interest in blockchain technology driving industry standards and customer expectations considerably.
Sumsub’s delivery of an efficient and compliant onboarding process for customers comes at a time of great relevance, and we look forward to enjoying the fruits of the collaboration in the months ahead.”
Peter Sever, chief strategy officer at Sumsub, added: “We aim to develop the most advanced security and compliance products for the iGaming industry that earn the trust of leading players. By partnering with an established provider like NuxGame, we stay true to this mission.”
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