As a result of the former, players signing up for casino and bingo will gain access to a “yet more robust customer onboarding process” that the firm says utilises multiple KYC technologies to confirm age and identity.
Savvas Fellas, CEO at MrQ, commented: “HooYu forms a big part of our overall strategy. In addition to that we are really aligned on using technology to push the boundaries of how our underlying businesses operate.
“We see HooYu as a tool that if leveraged properly can have a huge impact on how streamlined our business can ultimately become”
In addition to delivering “a fully customised HooYu journey,” the collaboration also aims to speed up the user onboarding process in a bid to eliminate “onerous manual validation checks”.
David Pope, HooYu Marketing Director, noted: “Here’s another gaming operator that chose HooYu because of the range of KYC services we orchestrate, the ease of our configuration and integration tools and the quality of the UI that glides the user through their KYC steps.”
Furthermore, the Great Britain licensed and regulated MrQ, owned by Lindar Media, is also looking to increase its slots offering via a collaboration with casino software developer Playson.
Satpal Chaggar, Head of Gaming Operations at MrQ, commented: “MrQ’s mission to bring the best slots games to our UK audience goes from strength to strength with the addition of Playson.
“We are focussed on delivering richer gaming experiences and Playson’s engagement features are second to none.”
Under the terms of the collaboration, which grows the supplier’s presence within the UK igaming market, MrQ will gain titles such as Solar Queen, Wolf Power: Hold and Win and Buffalo Power Megaways.
“We’re delighted to announce our latest deal with Lindar Media, as it sees us enhance our position in the UK market,” added Blanka Homor, Sales Director at Playson.
“The company’s MrQ brand is a great platform that has grown rapidly over the years, we’re thrilled to integrate our games with such an exciting brand.”