Under the agreement, MrQ.com will utilise Yoti’s advanced identity verification technology for KYC across web, mobile and tablet.
Yoti will enable MrQ.com to verify end customers using government-approved passports, driving licences and national ID cards from over 185 countries.
MrQ.com, which is backed by its MrQ Affiliates network, said this will streamline customer on-boarding and due diligence, as well as ensure regulatory compliance and reducing identity-checking costs.
Savvas Fellas, managing director of MrQ.com, said: “We’re proud to have Yoti integrated into an already complicated KYC ecosystem. This allows us to remove manual verifications and partner with a progressive forward thinking partner that knows how to utilise the power of technology.
“We know from experience that when we partner up with a supplier who is like minded on the technology side, only good things can come from it; better user experiences, reduced risk of fraud and abuse, further reduction in AML liabilities and everything in between.”
John Abbott, chief business officer at Yoti, added: “We’re delighted to be working with MrQ. Together we provide a simple, private and secure way for people to prove their identity for MrQ games and improve the gaming experience.
“Together we ensure there’s ‘No wagering, No nonsense’ and no ID worries.”