Strive Gaming, a front-runner in providing Player Account Management (PAM) solutions in North America’s iGaming sector, has proudly achieved ISO 27001 certification. This important development emphasizes the company’s strong commitment to high-level information security and efficient data management practices.
The ISO 27001 certification is globally recognized, showcasing Strive Gaming’s serious commitment to protecting sensitive information and adhering to top-notch data protection standards. The company’s acquisition of this certification underscores its proactive stance in ensuring data confidentiality, integrity, and availability, thus boosting confidence among stakeholders and clients.
Following closely on the heels of this announcement is news of Strive Gaming’s strategic alliance with PointsBet. Additionally, Strive Gaming has secured a provisional license to supply internet gaming in Michigan, further establishing its reputation as a reliable and compliant entity in the iGaming industry.
This significant move marks a pivotal moment in Strive Gaming’s strategy to expand, enabling the introduction of its leading PAM services to Michigan’s burgeoning market. A key feature that Michigan operators can leverage is Strive’s innovative Infinity Rules engine. This adaptable rules engine enhances operators’ engagement with their customers in real-time, significantly boosting performance through diverse promotional activities.
Max Meltzer, CEO of Strive Gaming, expressed excitement about these achievements, stating, “The attainment of ISO 27001 certification and the provisional internet gaming supplier license in Michigan are clear indicators of our steadfast dedication to excellence, security, and adherence to regulatory standards. As we continue to broaden our reach, we stay focused on offering a secure and engaging gaming experience for our partners, constantly striving to surpass industry benchmarks.”
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