Game Submission

We understand that the process of obtaining regulatory approval can be complex and time-consuming, which is why we offer efficient game submission services that help our clients navigate the regulatory landscape with ease. Our team of experts has in-depth knowledge and experience working with state gambling regulators, and we have established relationships that help us expedite the submission process.

“By leveraging our team’s extensive knowledge and experience, we are able to efficiently submit our clients’ games to state gambling regulators, ensuring that they meet all necessary regulatory requirements and are approved in a timely manner.”

Sean Fener

Senior Research Analyst

The Process

A thorough review of the game’s compliance with regulatory requirements.

The Odds On Compliance Commitment

Odds On Compliance is committed to providing top-quality game submission services that help our clients succeed in the highly competitive world of gaming.

The Team

Joe Casole, CAMS, CCEP

Vice President, Legal & Regulatory Affair
Joe Casole is a seasoned advisor for public and private interests within the highly regulated gaming, cannabis and finance industries. Joe's experience as a regulatory attorney and litigator in the gaming and cannabis groups at global law firm, Duane Morris, LLP and in-house counsel for Gaming Laboratories International make him a trusted source for existing industry stakeholders and new entrants seeking licensing and compliance solutions across jurisdictions.

Sean Fener

Assistant Counsel
Sean Fener is a recent graduate of Rutgers Law Camden and has served in several different roles in the sports law industry. Sean spent his 3L year at Rutgers Law working with the Entrepreneurship Clinic assisting exciting startups in the Philadelphia/South Jersey area.

Andrew Maloney

Research Analyst
Andrew Maloney is currently a 3L at Rutgers Law Camden, and a 2020 graduate of Temple University's Fox School of Business with a BBA in Legal Studies. He serves on the Executive Board of the Rutgers Business Law Review and participates in the Entrepreneurship Clinic, which assists startups in the Greater Philadelphia Area.