Odds On Compliance has expanded its Playbook offering through the additions of Kansas’ sports betting laws, anti-money laundering regulations, and fantasy sports to the regulatory portal.
Kansas became the 35th state to legalize sports betting after Governor Laura Kelly signed the bill into law last month.
Keeping to the brief of Playbook, Odds On Compliance has updated its program to include all the regulatory information for potential licensees to examine the legislation.
Furthermore, AML updates have been made to the document library, where users can scroll through and search for all regulations on anti-money laundering measures across casino, sports betting, and online gaming.
Finally, fantasy sports information has been added to Playbook, across both regulated and unregulated states. Users can now select fantasy sports as a vertical to see which states have major operators present but no regulations or attorney general opinions to regulate.
This expansion comes after Odds On Compliance secured a deal with iGaming Academy to offer users of the gaming industry skills training platform an extended free trial of Playbook to supplement their training.
In return, Playbook will now feature an iGaming Academy section, allowing Playbook subscribers to access training material.