FASTCUP Teams up with Sumsub to Remove Fraudulent Players and Ensure Fair Gaming for Their Counter-strike Users
FASTCUP, a gaming matchmaking platform, announces its partnership with Sumsub, an identity verification platform that covers KYC/KYB/AML needs. The companies have joined forces to implement customer verification, ensuring that FASTCUP players are unable to cheat by creating more than one account per user.
FASTCUP is an e-sports league platform for the Counter-Strike 1.6 (CS1.6) and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) shooter games, with over 200 thousand users worldwide. FASTCUP allows players to team up against each other, matches them based on rank and provides detailed profiles with ranks, statistics, previous matches, etc. The platform is used to enter league matches and tournaments, where players can earn cash prizes within the $5,500 prize pool.
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When organizing gaming leagues, FASTCUP was concerned about their users creating multiple accounts to get a better chance at winning prizes. Sumsub’s KYC/AML solution was able to help FASTCUP stop these fraudulent players and prevent the abuse of their onboarding system. Sumsub enforced the platform with a player-friendly onboarding flow, bulletproof liveness checks, and a comprehensive data storing system, which provided FASTCUP with even more credibility on the market, infusing trust around their service, and attracting more users who value fair chances of winning.
‘When we started leagues, we faced a problem where some users would create multiple accounts. As a result, they took up more places and stole prizes from other players. So, we needed to find a way to filter out cheaters to ensure fair play. When we implemented Sumsub’s onboarding solution, the number of unique user accounts grew, and the number of multiple accounts fell to almost zero. Thanks to Sumsub, we don’t have to stress about security and compliance while expanding our customer network.’—Ruslan Buhryn, Chief Operating Officer at FASTCUP.
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‘Like many other services, gaming platforms onboard a wide range of users from different age groups and locations. Because these platforms often involve monetary prizes, it inherently brings up the question of how to fairly and securely verify such a broad spectrum of users, while abiding by compliance laws and without harming conversion rates. We are happy to help FASTCUP create a safe and cheat-free environment for their dedicated players.’—Jacob Sever, Co-founder of Sumsub.
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