Nevada's upcoming intrastate online poker sites could possibly benefit from a centralized list of player information one day and a start-up Tennessee company wants to provide it.
Protecting the integrity of a platform from "fraudsters" and other security issues has been brought up by Bwin.party Digital Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan. Ryan has expressed the need for a third-party hub of player information.
Player Verify LLC, Managing Member Mark Dalton has submitted paper work to do business in Nevada according to cardplayer.com.
Nevada players have the choice to self-exclude. The service costs $4.99 a year for players to upload their personal documents to Player Verify where it would be stored for casino access who must also pay $4.99 per year (is that per player?). The system would flag cheaters and addiction players and help excluded them from joining other sites.