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Neccton has lauded “another major success in Europe” after entering into an agreement with StarVegas, the igaming operations of Swiss land-based gaming group Casino Interlaken, for the use of its mentor software.

The player protection and AML provider will integrate its player behaviour analysis tool with the online entity, which alerts the operator and contacts players who display critical behaviour directly, with StarVegas.

This will see the firm’s online players become guarded by an AI-based solution that analyses player behaviour in real-time to prevent problem gambling habits evolving. The software recognises possible problematic behaviour and works to help both player and operator to identify and address the issue.

For example, players are informed when their deposit frequency is increasing significantly, which aims to help customers make better-informed decisions about their play with individualised feedback.

Dr Michael Auer, director and head of development at Neccton, said: “Our business in Europe has really grown in the last couple of years, and we are really delighted that another leading operator has joined our family. 

“Our AML module is becoming recognised as an essential part of any operator’s armoury, and this deal reinforces that.”

Casino Interlaken is to also utilise mentor’s anti money laundering software module, which looks to bring protection to the operator while helping meet the Swiss Federal Gaming Board’s licensing requirements.

Jens Sellgrad, COO StarVegas, added: “With the introduction of the mentor software, StarVegas is the only Swiss online casino to offer our players the most innovative tool for responsible gaming. 

“Mentor helped us to increase the efficiency of daily work processes and the quality in the fulfillment of legal requirements.”