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Ellipse enters geolocation partnership with GeoLocs

Ellipse enters geolocation partnership with GeoLocs

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Ellipse Entertainment has chosen mkodo’s advanced geolocation verification service, GeoLocs, to enhance its iGaming operations in Ontario, Canada.

Ellipse has seamlessly integrated GeoLocs’ specialised iGaming geolocation platform into its High Flyer Casino brand. This integration will provide a safe, secure, and fraud-free environment for their players across Ontario, meeting and exceeding AGCO regulations and requirements.

GeoLocs is a leading geolocation verification service, specialising in North America’s regulated sports betting and iGaming markets. The platform was built specifically to support iGaming operators, ensuring they are operating in licenced jurisdictions and guaranteeing that they are providing responsible gaming to their customers.

Ellipse will benefit from GeoLocs’ support in enhancing compliance strategies, optimising revenue opportunities and meeting regulatory standards. Additionally, users will experience a seamless journey, eliminating the need for additional downloads or companion apps.

Stuart Godfree, Managing Director at mkodo, says: “We are thrilled to collaborate with Ellipse in Ontario, introducing GeoLocs to enhance their iGaming operations. Our partnership supports their High Flyer Casino brand, ensuring a secure and seamless geolocation verification experience for players across Ontario.”

Andy McDowall, Director at Ellipse Entertainment, adds: “GeoLocs has been the ideal solution for our geolocation verification needs in Ontario. The platform’s advanced technology and expertise, tailored for iGaming operators, align perfectly with our commitment to responsible gaming.

“Teaming up with mkodo and their GeoLocs service allows Ellipse Entertainment to provide High Flyer Casino players with a compliant and enjoyable online gaming experience.”