Strive Gaming attains ISO 27001 certification and license in Michigan

January 5, 2024
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The is a concrete step in Strive Gaming's expansion plans.

Strive Gaming has completed the attainment of the ISO 27001 certification and has been granted a provisional internet gaming supplier license in Michigan. 

The ISO 27001 certification is an internationally recognized standard for information security management systems, which will look to help safeguard sensitive information and ensure the highest standards of data protection. 

Helping in Strive Gaming’s expansion plans is the further news that they have been granted a provisional internet gaming supplier license in Michigan, bringing its Player Account Management (PAM) platform to the state. 

Operators in the Great Lakes State will also be able to take advantage of Strive Gaming’s Infinity Rules engine, which helps bring operators closer to their customers in real-time to try and increase performance. 

This continues Strive Gaming’s ongoing growth, which saw it partner with Golden Nugget Online Gaming (GNOG) in early 2022 ahead of its launches in the states of Ontario and Arizona. 

CEO at Strive Gaming, Max Meltzer, said: "We are thrilled to announce that Strive Gaming has attained ISO 27001 certification and received a provisional internet gaming supplier license in Michigan. These milestones are a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence, security, and regulatory compliance.

"As we continue to grow and expand our footprint, we remain dedicated to providing a secure and enjoyable gaming experience for our partners. We will continue our dedication to meeting and exceeding industry standards”. 

This announcement follows on from the news last month that Strive Gaming and PointsBet had agreed a strategic partnership. 

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