Payper keen to talk payments and compliance at Canadian Gaming Summit

Payper VP Robert Haggan previews CGS

Day one of the 2024 Canadian Gaming Summit is just two weeks a month away and around 3,000 delegates, exhibitors and attendees are expected at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from June 18-20.

Digital payments solutions provider Payper will be one company with a significant presence at the summit. The company’s VP of sales, Robert Haggan, spoke to Canadian Gaming Business about the upcoming event, Payper’s role in the Canadian gaming industry and where technology in gaming may go next.

CGB: What elements of Canadian Gaming Summit work so well for your organisation, and why is it important for you to be there this year?

Robert Haggan (RH): CGS zeros in heavily on a market/jurisdiction in which we lead from a payments perspective. CGS is an excellent opportunity to discuss important topics such as responsible gaming, compliance, the regulatory roadmap and innovation.

CGB: What’s your key objective at this year’s event and what are the main products/services you will be promoting?

RH: We will be using the event to showcase our product development roadmap and additions to our functionality.

CGB: What would you highlight as the biggest opportunity in the betting and gaming industry over the next couple of years?

RH: Specifically for Canada, further expansion of regulatory framework for additional Canadian provinces.

CGB: What elements of your business do you feel are best placed to take advantage of that opportunity?

RH: The ability to adapt and develop products to adjust to any compliance requirements set forth in additional regulated markets.

CGB: What new technology do you feel will have the biggest impact on stakeholders?

RH: Technology based on enhancing player and ID verification while creating minimal friction points.

CGB: What core challenges do you help solve for your customers/partners?

RH: We use our proprietary technology and expertise to significantly increase player adoption/conversion within an operator’s cashier.

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