EvenBet Gaming Enhances Anti-Fraud Measures to Combat Poker Bot Proliferation

EvenBet Gaming, a prominent developer of online gaming software and solutions, has bolstered its anti-fraud detection technology to address the growing threat of AI-powered bots and adhere to stringent anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.

As machine-learning technology becomes more sophisticated, AI bots have become increasingly difficult to detect in the global gaming industry, posing significant financial and reputational risks to operators and undermining the integrity of the player experience.

In response to this heightened risk, EvenBet has implemented robust measures capable of identifying potential bots with up to 99% accuracy. These measures include the integration of Fingerprint JS Pro technology, multiple anti-fraud verification processes, and behavioural analysis techniques.

These efforts extend to in-game player monitoring during poker sessions, where factors such as hand strength, knowledge of opponents’ cards, session duration, location, and gameplay patterns are scrutinized to assess the likelihood of AI-powered bots.

Furthermore, EvenBet has fortified its registration process with additional Know Your Customer (KYC) checks to combat the surge in identity theft and synthetic identities. By employing temporary email identification methods and evaluating registration behaviors, the company aims to mitigate the risk associated with new sign-ups.

By enhancing existing technologies and implementing new measures, EvenBet demonstrates its commitment to eradicating AI bots, adhering to stringent AML protocols, and ensuring an optimal gaming environment for all players.

Dmitry Starostenkov, CEO at EvenBet Gaming, said: “With the rapid development of artificial intelligence in the 21st century, it has never been more important to stay ahead of the curve with regards to anti-fraud processes.

“EvenBet continues to develop and implement the latest anti-fraud technology to ensure our platform remains a trusted industry leader providing an entirely transparent user experience.”

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