Gaming Laboratories International. better known as GLI, is Ontario’s choice. AGCVO made it official that the independent testing laboratory is authorized by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission in Ontario to certify all iGaming components. Online casino operators need testing of numerous technologies including remote gaming servers, random number generators and games.
AGCO Officially Appoints Gaming Laboratories International
Gaming Laboratories International has more than 30 years of experience internationally and it is the only laboratory working in all emerging and existing gaming jurisdictions. Working with AGCO will undoubtedly increase the testing laboratories expertise who will include assisting Ontario with existing, new online gambling operators and game suppliers.
Gaming Laboratories International already works as the official testing laboratory with the regulated provinces in Canada, which includes Alberta. The laboratory assisted in launching the online platform in Alberta and continues to support several other Canadian provinces.
Comments by GLI CEP and Vice President
Salim Adatia, the Vice president of GLI commented that the regulatory and technical teams are ready to advise and consult to achieve best practices. The aim of GLI is to not only assist Ontario and the AGCO to greatly benefit, but to also help suppliers and operators to enjoy commercial success, while the highest level of integrity is maintained.
James Maida, the CEO of GLI, shared the laboratories excitement for the iGaming future of Ontario and said that it was an honor to be announced the official testing lab by the AGCO. He also added that the company is ready and always prepared to enter the next stage, whether it’s digital, land-based or both. There are GLI experts based all over the world as the GLI is the pioneer in certifying and testing sportsbook and are eager to assist global professionals.
AGCO Standards for iGaming Registrar’s
GLI reported that it is ready to provide regulatory advisory support, jurisdictional consultations, pre-certification testing to all interested suppliers and operators. Including guidance in better understanding the registration standards for iGaming required by the AGCO.
The GLI started in 1989 and have since been part of testing and assisting in 480 jurisdictions, right now the laboratory is operating in six different continents and their list of clients include casino operators, game suppliers and gaming regulators. The full suite of GLI services includes transfers of approval and GAP analyses, educational online gambling services and guidance in sports betting compliances including workshops. The main task of the GLI is to provide online players with a safe, tested and certified experience online.