LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/13 -- The Nevada State Gaming Control Board met late last year and unanimously approved a Class 2 gaming license for CAMS, LLC. CAMS will be providing its services for geo-location, patron identification and payment connectivity. Some of the many positive comments made during the approval process focused on CAMS being an impressive business and one that is much needed and welcomed in the gaming industry.
CAMS is the first service provider approved for these licenses in the state of Nevada. Using proprietary and industry-leading applications, CAMS provides merchants in the gaming industry the tools they need to reduce risk and increase profitability.
"CAMS supports the creation of a safe and secure payment environment for casinos, lotteries, brands, and players and helps meet or exceed regulatory and compliance requirements," said CAMS Chief Executive Officer, Matthew Katz.
"We're very pleased to be the first service provider to be approved by the Nevada State Gaming Control Board and believe our solutions will become increasingly critical as new US regulatory markets develop online gaming, poker and lottery sites."
About CAMS, LLC or Central Account Management System
CAMS is a multi-tenant Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution offering lottery, poker, gaming and online wagering operators the ability to collect, identify and manage critical player information. It assists merchants and operators by monitoring and incorporating internal and external regulation policies, facilitating payment deposits and withdrawals and helps enforce operator business rules. The CAMS platform provides all of this within a white label solution that is customized for each site. CAMS, LLC is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. For more information, please call 323.655.5789 or visit www.CentralAMS.com.
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