Fraud, hacks and cheats are increasingly visible in the gaming community.

As a growing number of online games rely on DLCs, lootboxes and other digital goods as part of their business model, fraudsters take notice. And they are adept at finding flaws in MMORPGs or other multiplayer games to abuse fake accounts and stolen credit card information. With SEON, you get a complete picture of your users and their payments, so you can trust their data is legitimate - and the community can trust you back.

Identify fake accounts

Through device fingerprinting, email validity, IP analysis or social media profiling, SEON gives you all the tools to mitigate risks for new account openings. The system detects anomalies based on data of your choice, so you get a complete picture of who you are letting into your gaming community.

Keep gamers happy

Transaction or authentification analysis comes with zero effect on user experience. SEON enables dynamic 2FA to improve the UX and minimise costs. Decision making happens in real time, in the blink of an eye.

Eliminate account takeover

SEON’s prevention tools accurately detect anomalies with genuine accounts, so you can act immediately when something isn’t right. Protect your legitimate users by reducing their odds of losing account info and in-game goods.

Reduce lost fraud revenue

SEON’s management tools takes all of the relevant risk vectors into consideration to reduce chargeback rates and friendly fraud - even in the online gaming industry where goods are purchased without a shipping address.

And the best of all?

A fraud prevention system that improves with every use.

The SEON engine fine-tunes its algorithm thanks to machine-learning and human intelligence. Blacklist databases are constantly updated across the network of SEON clients, so fraud prediction results get increasingly accurate overtime.

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