iGaming bonus abuse in focus at next AGB Webinar

Asia Gaming Brief’s seventh edition of the AGB Webinar Series will look into one of the biggest problems facing Asia’s iGaming industry of recent. “With sports betting restarting we are now seeing traffic levels return to pre-COVID levels,” said Matthew Ingman of TransUnion.

The same is unfortunately true for fraudulent activities as operators tempt players, both new and existing, with lucrative bonuses and attractive game offerings Bonus abuse in iGaming rose approximately 72 percent in 2019, according to Ingman.

The upcoming AGB Webinar, set for Wednesday, 21 October 2020 at 1 pm HKT, will include real case studies from operators who have unknowingly fallen into the hands of fraudsters and bonus abusers.

With the following areas explored:

• The most prevalent iGaming fraud and abuse trends

• How these frauds impact iGaming operators

• The most proven ways to detect and prevent bonus abuse

• Account takeover, fake/multiple account creations

• Detecting suspicious activity – Geolocation, Proxies, and Emulators

Registration for the webinar is free. You are able to register here.

ADDITIONAL OFFERING FOR AGB MEMBERS:

AGB Members will have access to an exclusive breakout session following the webinar. To inquire about membership, go to agbrief.com/membership or email Asia Gaming Brief at enquiries@agbrief.com.

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Simon Wright has been both a player and an observer of the online casino industry for over 15 years. His knowledge of the online casino industry – to include sports is massive. Not many folks have the experience or his knowledge about online gambling. His adoration of football is also noted. He has painted his house blue (Chelsea) and annoys his neighbors with local football songs on game days.

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