Aggregator and iGaming solutions provider Slotegrator has updated the risk management module for its platform. With the new updates, the module aggregates and compares data in order to identify bonus abusers.
As explained by the company, the module displays a list of accounts that have exceeded the allowed information duplication threshold (accounting for names, IP addresses, and other identifying information), signaling that the account owner may not be trustworthy and the account should be restricted or banned.
The module analyzes players’ data in real-time to present casino owners with comprehensive statistics and alerts about suspicious accounts in an easily digestible way so operators can take the right measures in advance.
In a press release, the company stated that its updated risk management module 'gives operators everything they need to protect their businesses from fraud and abuse.' Additionally, Slotegrator's platform has recently introduced other updated modules such as the bonus system, KYC, and innovative BI reporting tools.
Slotegrator's module update comes at a time in which bonus abuse techniques "have become highly sophisticated," with individuals and even syndicates using multiple computers, VPNs, and falsified or borrowed identities to fly under operators’ radar, notes the company.
"Platforms that take too firm a hand in defending themselves might earn an undeserved reputation for being unreasonable if they mistakenly exclude well-intentioned players; platforms that don’t do enough to prevent abuse will become known as a soft target," Slotegrator said. "The new module consolidates many innovative mechanics and provides operators with the information they need to protect their online casino."