Great Canadian Entertainment to use Everi AML tools in Atlantic provinces

Casino New Brunswick and Casino Nova Scotia will employ Everi Compliance

Great Canadian Entertainment is extending its partnership with Everi by implementing the solutions provider’s Everi Compliance Anti-Money Laundering toolkit at its Casino New Brunswick and Casino Nova Scotia properties.

The Canadian gaming giant selected Everi’s solutions, which the provider calls the most widely used and sophisticated AML software available for the industry, from a range of contenders.

“We evaluated various AML solutions in our selection process and determined that the Everi Compliance solution best fits our needs,” said Sukvinder Singh, Chief Compliance Officer, Great Canadian Entertainment, in a joint release. “We are looking forward to working with the Everi team to enhance our AML program in our Atlantic properties.”

Everi Compliance is already used in over 600 gaming properties across North America, with a Canadian footprint that also includes the likes of the British Columbia Lottery Corporation.

“Everi is delighted to be selected by Great Canadian, Canada’s premier gaming and hospitality company, as their AML Solution provider,” said Darren Simmons, Everi’s Executive Vice President and FinTech Business Leader. “We have made significant investments in our RegTech business and are proud to work with multiple Canadian operators to achieve higher levels of compliance. Our robust solutions have been built to support the ever-changing regulatory landscape in Canada.”

It’s been a big few weeks of news for both Everi and Great Canadian.

The casino operator, which runs more than two dozen entertainment locations throughout OntarioBritish ColumbiaNew Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, announced late last month the appointment of Pauline Alimchandani as its new Chief Financial Officer effective March 31.

A week later, Everi confirmed it is merging with gaming technology giant IGT in a deal valued at $6.5 billion.

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