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Gaming Laboratories International will showcase a host of exclusive value-adding tools for regulators and suppliers at G2E Asia

Wednesday, 01 June 2011 15:34
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Gaming Laboratories International’s GLI Asia laboratory was the first full gaming testing lab in Macau and since its opening, the test lab has become the first and only gaming test lab in the region to achieve accreditation for ISO/ISE 17025:2005.

GLI Asia provides the region with independent testing and certification for all electronic gaming devices, and is a part of GLI’s global network of 16 laboratories. At G2E Asia, GLI will be discussing its exclusive tools, including GLIAccessR, the password-protected backend of GLI’s website where regulators and suppliers can quickly and easily track submissions; GLI VerifyR, a hand-held tool that empowers regulators to take the lab with them to the casino floor; GLI LinkR, a powerful tool that allows online testing of devices and systems; and Point.Click.TransferSM, which enables suppliers to quickly transfer previously certified submissions into jurisdictions around the world.

GLI Asia tests an incredible range of electronic devices and systems including lottery, keno, and bingo; tote and pari-mutuel systems; cashless wagering systems; on-line computer systems and systems modifications; sports betting and wagering systems; and casino style gaming devices & VLTs. GLI also tests interoperability and communication; player tracking systems; TITO systems; RNG; and conducts associated/peripheral equipment testing and certification.

In addition to its stand, Ian Hughes, GLI’s Senior Director of Engineering & Client Services, will speak on the panel, “Protecting the Investment: Risk Management and Security in the Gaming Industry.”

For more than 20 years, Gaming Laboratories International, LLC has been the world leader in providing independent testing, inspection and certification services to the gaming industry. With 16 laboratory locations extending across Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America, GLI is the only global organization of its kind to hold U.S. and international accreditations for compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020 and Guide 65 standards for technical competence in the Gaming industry. GLI offers independent third party evaluation and certification of Gaming technology, devices and systems in addition to providing network and information security assessments.

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