Prove Identity solutions to power back Everi's Digital CashClub Wallet

October 6, 2022
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The company's solution aims to provide a more intuitive, secure and seamless gaming experience.

Everi Payments, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Everi Holdings, has announced that it has selected Prove Identity as a solution provider for identity verification services.

Users of the Everi CashClub Wallet will use Prove’s Trust Score to secure their customer experiences through a wide range of scenarios including digital onboarding to digital account servicing and ongoing authentication.

What the Trust Score does is provide a real-time measure of phone number reputation that can be leveraged for identity verification and authentication purposes.

Prove’s identity solution validates consumer-provided personal identity information and confirms phone number ownership by using authoritative data, including device and phone number data while maintaining privacy.

Prove Director of Digital Identity and Head of Sports Betting and iGaming Tom Hill said: "Everi is a leading cash access provider in the gaming industry, and Prove and Everi share a vision of more seamless player transactions that occur both digitally and on-premise.

"Everi has been at the forefront of the evolution in payments and digital enablement for gaming, and we are thrilled to collaborate with them as Prove continues to accelerate momentum in sports betting and iGaming."

The technology provided by Prove will assist Everi in reducing fraudulent accounts along with reducing user friction throughout the customer lifecycle.

Everi Senior Vice President of Product Management and Payments Solutions Victor Newsome added: "We are excited to be spearheading the rapid transformation of gaming, as on-premise and online options continue to merge and complement one another.

"Consumers are embracing and requesting digital services and virtual wallets within the context of their physical experience, and we’re proud to partner with Prove to provide an even more seamless experience across these physical and digital channels driven by consumer choice and value, while also enhancing user safety."

Solutions provided by Prove are used by over a thousand business globally and cover a wide range of industries. 

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