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iGamingExpress Interview

Q: Can you share some insights into the key legal challenges in the gaming and iGaming sectors?

A: In the gaming and iGaming industries, there are several significant legal hurdles, which are primarily the result of the complex and continually evolving regulatory landscape. The laws regarding online gambling and real-money gaming vary considerably from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, making compliance a significant undertaking.

A real-money video game (RMVG) platform such GaudHammer Gaming Group’s QRTR platform must comply with regulatory bodies such as the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and Gaming Labs International standards. The purpose of this step is to ensure that operations align with the wide range of legal standards, maintaining the integrity of the industry.

Furthermore, the new RMVG sector faces the challenge of integrating innovative technology and games within existing legal frameworks. Collaborations between the Esports Trade Association and Gaming Labs International have enabled new standards to emerge for real-money video games, ensuring that the industry remains at the forefront of innovation, compliance, and security.

This also illustrates our company’s commitment to working within these intricate legal frameworks and to forming a platform that will serve as an example of legal compliance for digital entertainment in the future.

It takes a strategic approach and a deep understanding of complex legislation in order to ensure that operations remain within the boundaries of various national and international laws.

Our technology and legal teams, working with external partners such as Odds on Compliance, work closely to ensure that the company’s operations and technology are compliant with the law, protecting both the company and its valued customers and partners.

A powerful, robust and legally compliant RMVG platform is the ultimate goal to ensure continued innovation and growth within the iGaming industry, while adhering to the necessary legal frameworks.

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