ComeOn Group partners up with Signaturgruppen
Leading iGaming company ComeOn Group announced their partnership with Signaturgruppen, an IT specialist company based in Denmark specialising in secure and digital verification of end users. ComeOn teamed up with Signaturgruppen to integrate Denmark’s new digital eID, MitID. ComeOn Group will continue offering MitID’s predecessor, NemID, alongside the new digital eID until October 31. After this date, the solution will be exclusively accepting MitID identities.
MitID offers a quicker and more secure solution, putting the data of ComeOn’s customers in safer hands while giving them a great player experience, which is at the core of our business.
Silvana Zammit, Chief Legal Officer at ComeOn Group, said: “We are excited to partner up with Signaturgruppen. ComeOn’s main focus is to offer our Danish customers a safe and exciting entertainment experience, and Signaturgruppen will enable and lift the experience when our players interact with our platform for a secure and seamless access. Signaturgruppen’s accessibility, great customer service, and their expertise in the Nordics made it a natural choice for ComeOn’s compliance with the latest Danish regulations in the area of secure access to players. It is with great enthusiasm that ComeOn Group, as a market leader in the Nordics, partners up with another market leader in the region.”
Susan Kit Hansen, Key Account Manager at Signaturgruppen, said: “We are happy to assist ComeOn Group on their journey and migration from NemID to MitID. There has been a great interaction with the team at ComeOn Group from early in the sales process all the way to the expertise and technical assistance that have been provided for the technical team. Signaturgruppen has been of assistance to many operators within the iGaming market and thus have an extensive understanding of advising foreign operators on the Danish MitID infrastructure. It’s been great collaborating together and we look forward to seeing ComeOn Group go live with the full MitID implementation soon.”