DRGT makes Mexico medical donation


n support of Curando México’s ongoing efforts to mitigate the infrastructure challenges facing many local Mexican hospitals, DRGT Mexico, in association with

local regulator AIEJA and local casino operators donated $25,000 towards the foundation’s logistic and transportation costs during G2E 2019. The donation was received by Project C.U.R.E. President and CEO, Dr. Douglas Jackson, and was presented by DR Gaming Technology CEO, Jurgen De Munck, DRGT Mexico Managing Director, Alfredo Moreno and Operations and Marketing Manager, Alfonso Rendon along with AIEJA President Miguel Angel Ochoa and a number of local casino operators.

Curando México is a non-profit organization established in 2010; it serves as Project C.U.R.E.’s partner throughout Mexico, under the guidance of Operations Director, Beth Conley. In turn, Project C.U.R.E. is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to under- resourced countries in the world. “Our expenses are extremely low, in fact as little as 2% of

the value of all cash and supply donations we receive is spent on administrative and fundraising costs,” said Doug Jackson. ‘This contribution from DRGT Mexico in association with AIEJA will pay for the transportation of yet another 40ft container of supplies to Mexico. The value of which, depending on the supplies we manage to secure from our base of international hospital and medical supply donors, could be anything from $500,000 to $1million.”

GRS delivers at the highest level across Europe G

aming Recruitment Solutions, the sector specialist recruitment company headed up by gaming industry veterans Steven Jackson and Paul Sculpher, continues to go from strength to strength, having recently placed a series of senior executives into the

European betting and gaming space. GRS have placed C-suite executives in the shape of CTO, Chief Compliance Officer and MD

in recent months, and with several other placements around Europe, they are becoming the go-to recruitment partner for an increasing number of companies in the offline and online betting and gaming sector. “The surge in the need for AML / KYC team members and management has been a boost

for us,” said Paul Sculpher, “being able to deliver solutions in this high-demand area has opened new doors”. Every operator will know that the AML challenges, and sanctions faced for non-compliance, necessitate amending organisational structures to suit. With the talent pool catching up to the opportunity, we have been able to help to get suitably qualified people into the right positions to protect operators from costly errors or leaky procedures. “We’re delighted with our progress,” added Steven. “While we began with operational

roles as our bread and butter, we can now deliver on briefs for more senior roles just as successfully, and become specialists in AML appointments. The recruitment business is about building trust with our clients. Our industry knowledge and track record so far shows we’re delivering a trusted service to a wide variety of partners.”


Acuris launches enhanced due diligence database for gaming

y compiling its extensive 10-year collection of EDD reports into a fully searchable database, Acuris Risk

Intelligence has created a powerful new resource for the gambling industry. The Gambling Risk Intelligence Database includes valuable due diligence reports on both individuals and companies, including source of wealth, ultimate beneficial owners, business interests, potential red flags and a wealth overview. Report subjects are also able to be screened daily within the system for standard AML flags such as PEP and sanction changes. Reports matching the user’s search

criteria can be instantly downloaded, reducing the time needed to onboard new

customers while still offering a high level of due diligence. Where information is not on the database, customers can order new reports for delivery in days. Available reports include: • Player Wealth Pre-Assessment • Player Xpress Wealth Assessment • Player Enhanced Wealth Assessment • Individual Gaming Executive B2B • Business Gaming EDD B2B Gambling Risk Intelligence Database reports are compiled by a team of more than 100 researchers drawing on 35,000 sources and operating in over 47 languages. Reports are available on an annual subscription basis with pricing depended on the type of report and recency of information.

L-R: Oscar Salgado (Win Club Casino), Alfonso Rendon (DRGT Mexico), Miguel Angel Ochoa (President, AIEJA), Jurgen De Munck (DR Gaming Technology), Alfredo Moreno (DRGT Mexico), Jose Antonio Ibanes (Madeiras Gaming), Douglas Jackson (Project C.U.R.E.) and Yair Escobar (Juegos y Sorteos de Jalisco)


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