Nevada Approves License of COPPA Compliant-ID Verifier for Online Poker
The Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) and Gaming Control Board (NGCB) gave their unanimous approval to award California-based Aristotle International, a license to operate in Nevada as a provider of player identity and age verification services. In fact, the recently approved Australian gaming company, Aristocrat Technologies, has selected Aristotle as one of the service providers for their Nevada-based online poker operation.
Aristotle International distinguishes itself as the only FTC- Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) compliant company that renders ID-verification services within the bounds of the “safe harbor” standards and other privacy directives, across various types of communication platforms, such as the Internet, mobile and hand-held devices, as well as IVR or Interactive Voice Response systems.
The company boasts of its IntegrityTM product, which has the ability to authenticate in real time the age and identity of persons registering online. By checking personal information against a broad database of voter registration records, passport data and government-issued IDs in 135 nations, and covering about 3.4 billion citizens across the globe, online verifications can be completed in less than three minutes.
John Aristotle Phillips, CEO and co-founder of the company believes that their vast experience in verifying more than 50 million consumers transacting with various types of government agencies, merchants and Global Fortune 1000 companies, gives them the capability to meet the demand for instantaneous player verification processing to Nevada’s licensed online gaming companies.
Their clientele includes, but are not limited to, the U.S. Federal Election Commission, U.S. Lotteries, European IGaming companies, financial service institutions, transportation security agencies and advertising firms.