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  • 1. On-line Gaming eLottery – eBingo – eCasino - ePoker Bryon Hodgkin – Director Operational Compliance1
  • 2. How did we build a viable, secure gaming environment on the Internet?2
  • 3. Time Line •PlayNow - •PlayNow - •PlayNow - •PlayNow -2004 eLottery •$70/week 2008 eBingo •$70/week 2010 eCasino •$9999/week 2011 ePoker •$9999/week3
  • 4. 4
  • 5. Internal Stakeholders: Business Security Finance Consumer Services5
  • 6. 4 Business Sectors Registration Deposits Game Play Withdrawals6
  • 7. eGaming Management System PAM (Player Management System) Lottery Bingo Casino7
  • 8. Registration “Know your Player” Satisfy: – Location of Player – Age of Player – Qualify to Play Expedient Process Player Agreement8
  • 9. Registration Process Player provides identification information Outsourced IP address verification (BC) 1 player = 1 account PAM Verification Verification not passed End of automated process Self-exclusion verification Third Party Player provides credit card Address / DOB and credit information card verification (soft hit) Create new player account If resolved (Manual Create suspended PAM in the PAM Process) account in the PAM PAM Send a confirmation letter9
  • 10. Deposit 1 Player = 1 Account 1 credit card per account Transactions validated by a third party Deposit limit ($9999/week) No prepaid credit card 48 hour hold on all withdrawal request Daily follow-up Player set daily limits10
  • 11. Deposit Process Customer request Deposit limit $9999 / week 1. Credit card 2. Interac Online New Credit card? PAM No Yes Validation process Name/Address Payment validation Third Party Update PAM PAM11
  • 12. Game Play Player Review Daily Reports – Win/Loss Monitor Games Payout Listen to Players eBingo eLottery eCasino12
  • 13. Withdrawals Verified Win Meet Fintrac Reporting Leverage Marketing Player Experience 3 Levels of Withdrawals > $100,000 > $10,000 > $1,00013
  • 14. Withdrawal Process Request Bank account Information Collected/Verified Withdrawal amount Collect occupation (Fintrac) Play Verified Verify collection of occupation In person review (cheque >$100,000 (24 h period) payment) >$10,000 (24 h period) Verify bank account Fintrac report Payout via EFT14 * Note Fintrac Reporting does not apply to Lottery
  • 15. The Next Step – Add ePoker Player ePoker eLottery eCasino eBingo15
  • 16. What we did August 2009; beginning of the project Estimated the risk Participated in meetings/conference calls between jurisdictions and our partners Developed operational policies and procedures Built and organizational structure for the ePoker business, finance, & security departments Established the roles and responsibilities for internal and external partners Selling point: It is a safe & secure poker network16
  • 17. Create a strong partnership…Canadian Poker Network Player Account Manager ePoker eCasino17
  • 18. Security & Surveillance18
  • 19. Canadian Poker Network Registration No cash-money allowed (including pre-paid card) Credit card transaction verified Credit card & Interact online validation Deposit $9,999 weekly threshold 1 credit card per account 1 player = 1 account Buy-in limit ($3,000 per day) Game play Daily verification; win / loss and game activities Suspicious transaction will be reported to Fintrac Only by EFT All request >$1,000 will be investigated Withdrawal 48 hours pending for all request Withdrawal transactions >$10,000 will be reported to Fintrac19
  • 20. Canadian Poker Network - Player’s Responsibilities Not allowed to collude with another player Not allowed to lose money deliberately to another player May not deliberately accept money from other players Not allowed to chat about their cards or game play Not allowed to give other players advice on how to play20
  • 21. Fraud and Collusion Risk Evaluation: Countermeasures: Common types of poker room – The surveillance of the fraud poker room is conducted by G2, they are – Collusion between 2 or responsible for identifying more players (Best possible integrity issues Hand, Squeeze Play, of the game Soft Play) – Partnership between – “Chip dumping” (moving BCLC, LQ, and G2 funds) – Buy-in limit ($3000/day) – Win/loss report (+/-20%) – All player complaints will be investigated21
  • 22. Fraud Risk Evaluation: Countermeasures: General Risks – Zero tolerance policy – Fraudsters moving funds – 1 player = 1 account – Stolen credit card – 1 credit card per account – Money laundering – Deposit limit ($9999/wk) – Identity theft (player account) – Secure transactions – Bonus abuse – No prepaid credit cards – Transactions validated by a third party – 1 method for withdrawal (EFT) – 48 hours hold on all withdrawal requests – Fintrac reports for $10K + transactions and suspicious transactions – Daily follow-up (4 business sectors)22
  • 23. Canadian Poker Network BCLC SFTP Server Common SFTP Server 23
  • 24. ePoker Withdrawals Verified Win 48 hour review period if required Meet Fintrac Reporting Leverage Marketing Player Experience 3 Levels of Withdrawals > $100,000 > $10,000 > $1,00024
  • 25. ePoker Withdrawal Process Request Bank account Information Collected/Verified Withdrawal amount Collect occupation (Fintrac) Play Verified Verify collection of occupation In person review (cheque >$100,000 (24 h period) payment) >$10,000 (24 h period) Verify bank account Fintrac report Payout via EFT25
  • 26. Money Laundering and Fintrac26
  • 27. Any Questions?27