Maxima delivers comprehensive legal guidance via Complitech

Global compliance agency Maxima has announced the launch of its ‘Complitech’ database solution, which outlines legislative and technical requirements for more than 20 online gambling markets.

The Complitech database has been designed to deliver betting executive teams with acute information on all technical requirements needed for operators to launch product to new markets.

Maxima detailed that Complitech provides “up-to-the-minute product compliance information via a comprehensive database and set of analytical tools”.

It added: “Users can instantly pull information from the database in a range of formats, sorting by product type, requirement type and jurisdiction.”

Utilising Maxima’s new solution, industry leadership and operational teams will be able to instantly gather specific market information, such as those related to jackpot functionality on slots within Sweden.

Maxima has branded its Complitech database as the most effective and comprehensive compliance guidance tool for operators competing within fast-changing marketplaces.

Antonio Zanghi – Maxima Compliance

Antonio Zanghi, Managing Director of Maxima Compliance, said: “Complitech is the result of conversations with technical compliance specialists from across the industry, who were frustrated by the lack of a single resource through which to pull requirements and conduct gap analysis.

“Our team of experts has compiled the very latest technical compliance requirements from more than 20 online gaming jurisdictions, and keeps them regularly updated to ensure you never miss a change.

“Speed is of the essence for suppliers looking to get their products and content live in new markets, and Complitech is designed to ensure technical compliance requirements can be seamlessly met – regardless of the jurisdictions you are active in.”

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