iGaming Academy launches US-focused elearning courses

A series of ‘elearning’ courses have been rolled out by iGaming Academy in a bid to teach individuals about the online sports betting market across the US, outlining the key principles that constitute a successful sportsbook.

Offering regulatory information on New Jersey, West Virginia, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Nevada, the compliance and skill training provider will offer a flagship US Online Sportsbook course tailored to the new market.

Managing Director Jaime Debono commented: “We are delighted to have launched our new US focussed eLearning offering. At iGaming Academy, we pride ourselves on our ability to tailor our product portfolio to reflect market requirements, so the development of a US focused elearning range was a logical step for us.

“We’ve worked closely with key stakeholders and partners to produce the training range and have received fantastic feedback from the market so far, despite having only launched a few days ago. We are now moving to the next phase with a wider range of US focused training courses in the pipeline.”

The new programmes will be complemented by a range of US focused elearning courses on responsible gaming; anti-money laundering & the proceeds of crime; CRM – customer relationship management; and customer service.

iGaming Academy have tailored the new courses towards US regulation, providing essential training for any business building an online sportsbook team, whether they are US companies exploring the subject, or businesses from elsewhere looking to enter the market.

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