Two gaming-industry companies are joining with the University of Nevada Las Vegas in a collaboration.
Sightline Payments and GeoComply Wednesday announced that the grand opening of a shared office in UNLV’s Harry Reid Research and Technology Park will take place May 2. The event will feature remarks from Sightline and GeoComply leaders, UNLV President Dr. Keith Whitfield, and Bo Bernhard, UNLV Vice President of Economic Development. There also will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The new shared office will serve as Sightline’s global headquarter and GeoComply’s U.S. headquarters, and be located in the same building as UNLV’s Black Fire Innovation, a gaming-industry hub for research, development, and innovation.
Both companies have valuations exceeding $1 billion.