Idemia to provide identity verification to CentralAMS

October 12, 2023

CAMS has the exclusive rights to the solution in the US for a six-month term.

Idemia, an identity and security technology company, has announced it has been awarded a three-year contract for its Identity and Verification (ID&V) solutions by CentralAMS (CAMS), a provider of payments solutions for the iGaming industry.

Idemia's ID&V solution features identity proofing to ensure that individuals’ IDs match who they claim to be. It also incorporates, ‘document authentication technology with robust checks, such as digital tampering detection, document identification, font anomaly detection and more.’ 

Mark Lipparelli, CEO at CentralAMS commented, "We selected Idemia for its decades-long experience in providing secure identity credentials, such as driver's licenses, passports, government identification cards and its unique ability to help us securely validate an individual's biographic and biometric attributes against state and national identity databases as a root of trust.”

CAMS has secured the exclusive rights to Idemia's ID&V solution in the US for an initial six-month term. The contract has the potential to be extended upon by mutual agreement.

Hal Wiediger, SVP of Client Success at Idemia Identity and Security North America, said, "CentralAMS is a leader in the online gaming industry and is growing at an incredible pace by expanding their on-prem services to brick-and-mortar casino resorts. 

“CentralAMS's identity platform enables gaming operators to collect and manage player information, comply with regulatory policies, manage payments, taxation and more.

"We are excited to help serve their needs and fuel their success while reducing identity fraud with our ID&V solution, document authentication technology and state DMV system of record check."


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