International gaming operator ComeOn Group announced that they will extend their partnership with Neccton by utilising the Anti-Money-Laundering (AML) module within the mentor software package – the latest addition to their suite of AI-based data tracking tools. mentor is perhaps best known as a responsible gaming system, and ComeOn has already been using that in their player protection work for a couple of years with great success.
ComeOn continues to develop and strengthen their strategies around responsible gaming and anti-money laundering, and is committed to protecting their customers from gambling related harm as well as supporting the objective of a gaming market free from crime. ComeOn Group gives full priority to ensure it has robust controls in place to detect any irregular activity associated with money laundering and fraud.
Juergen Reutter, Chief Executive Officer at ComeOn Group, said “Neccton have always provided ComeOn Group with a highly efficient and professional service ensuring that all business needs are catered for. We have found a trusted partner in Neccton with a stable and robust system. Discovering more opportunities with the software, it became a natural choice for us to expand this collaboration when taking our next steps in strengthening our work within the AML sphere which plays a crucial role in our regulatory compliance.”
Neccton director Dr Michael Auer added: “AML is such a hot topic in Europe at the moment and rightly so, it’s a very serious matter. There are many commonalities in the data for player protection and those for AML, so we thought it made sense to offer our clients this extra protection as an additional module within mentor. It’s highly cost-effective and our clients using it around the world are extremely satisfied.”