An international online gaming platform is leveraging technology from Cambridge based Featurespace to improve player protection from real-time fraud attack.
The collaboration will see Featurespace’s ARIC™ platform integrated into ComeOn’s system to help repel fraud attacks without impacting customer experience.
Founded in 2010, CO-Gaming Ltd, as the parent business is called, is now delivering a gaming experience on seven different brands. The portfolio consists of online casinos and sportsbooks.
It works based on licences in Malta, the UK and Curacao and has its own operations in Malta, London, Gibraltar and Stockholm with a staff of around 210.
Featurespace’s real-time, machine learning ARIC platform detects anomalies in behaviour for fraud and risk management.
It was created out of Cambridge University’s Engineering Department, co-founded by world-renowned experts in applied statistics, Professor Bill Fitzgerald and Dave Excell.
ComeOn director Jovin Genovese said: “Following an extensive global search for a fraud system that would identify new types of fraud as they occur, we chose Featurespace’s ARIC platform because it far outweighed anything we had seen.
“Working with Featurespace ensures that our customers are protected by the most sophisticated fraud and customer management platform on the market.”
Featurespace CEO Martina King added: “We are proud to be partnering with ComeOn to deliver our ARIC platform. It has been a pleasure working with the pioneering ComeOn team, who do all they can to create the safest environment for their customers.”
Featurespace has deployed ARIC to organisations that have services or products deployed in over 180 countries. Customers include Betfair, Vocalink/Zapp, Camelot, William Hill, and TSYS, the largest third-party processor of Visa and MasterCard credit cards in the US.