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Compliance teams would have to manually and repeatedly remind their licensees to make changes, complete forms, and get fingerprints and background checks done. Every time a new state went live, compliance teams had to work overtime to get everything across the finish line so they could hopefully launch before their competitors and win market share. It is a time consuming, repetitive, and painful process.


Is the administrative process for obtaining licences a more pressing issue in the U.S. compared to other markets? How much strain do differing state requirements have on compliance teams?


Employee licensing is hugely challenging in the US. Some international markets, for example, allow for some level of reciprocity. Te US hasn't adopted that model and given so many state-specific requirements, procedures, and concerns, it isn't likely to do so either.


For an online sportsbook operating in several states, that means that some employees have to fill out over 60-page forms for multiple states in order to do their job. Compliance teams have to track all those forms,


make sure they are completed correctly, and also keep in touch with regulators in all the jurisdictions in which they operate as regulations and forms are constantly changing.


Does the technology effectively replace operator compliance teams, or serve as a facilitator?


We see ourselves as a force multiplier for compliance teams, not a replacement. We're elevating their role, giving them tools to prevent common application errors, automating repetitive tasks, and freeing them up to work on more pressing, complex, and rewarding matters. We want compliance professionals to get their coffee in the morning and then fire up Compliable so they can check the status of all their licensing and see what needs to be done that day.


What differentiates Compliable's solution from other gaming licence platform providers?


Te problem that we are solving is fundamentally different from the problems that other licensing solution providers were founded to solve. Others were created to solve the challenges faced by brick-and-


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We see ourselves as a force multiplier for compliance teams, not a replacement. . We want compliance professionals to get their coffee in the morning and then fire up Compliable so they can check the status of all their licensing and see what needs to be done that day.


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