Supplier of automated licensing platform in the US Compliable announced the addition of high-caliber management personnel to its ranks with the appointment of Justin Stempeck as its Chief Strategy Officer.
Enhance Compliance Efforts
The former director of licensing at DraftKings, Stempeck brings bags of industry experience to the platform provider, which successfully raised funds to further develop its automated licensing platform that helps US sportsbook operators streamline their application process across legal gaming jurisdictions.
We are delighted to have Justin join us as he brings extensive gaming experience to our senior leadership team. His knowledge of the regulatory landscape will enhance our ability to navigate the complicated web of US gaming compliance.”Chris Oltyan, CEO, Compliable
In his most recent role as DraftKings’ director of licensing, Stempeck was a key figure for the company’s licensing process across all gaming verticals, sportsbooks, online casinos and daily fantasy sports, driving efforts domestically and internationally.
Compliable is at such an impressive stage in its already fast-paced business growth. I am very excited to become Chief Strategy Officer for a company that has found a solution to such a significant proportion of employee licensing challenges faced by all operators and vendors.”Justin Stempeck, Chief Strategy Officer, Compliable
Compliance Crucial to the Industry
Prior to joining Boston-based DraftKings, Stempeck served as associate general counsel at the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC), where he was responsible for the development of policy initiatives and dealt with various issues related to gambling, providing legal guidance on the matter.
This is a corner of the industry that is becoming ever more crucial to operator and vendor success and I can’t wait to help propel the process forward.”Justin Stempeck, Chief Strategy Officer, Compliable
With a history of working with both land-based and online gaming operators, industry suppliers and vendors, and a professional background in administrative law, litigation, contracts and government affairs, Stempeck seems to be the all-around figure to spearhead Compliable’s efforts to continue the development of its automated licensing platform.
Compliable offers its clients to easily track employee progress and approve completed forms before submitting for regulatory approval, automate the process by auto-populating form information across multiple forms and jurisdictions, as well as assign licensing forms for new jurisdictions. The automated platform supplier is planning to introduce licensing for vendors and affiliates in the near future.