Global gaming industry body, the Gaming Standards Association (GSA), has launched into Japan.
In an announcement overnight, the GSA said it is looking to provide “unbiased gaming industry information and education on the technical aspects of gaming and regulation to the relevant authorities” as well as various business entities looking to enter the industry.
“For more than 20 years GSA have brought together the industry and policy domains and successfully facilitated discussions leading to the creation of a number of key standards that provide an important level of transparency to governments, regulators, operators and manufacturers,” said GSA President Peter DeRaedt.
“As a non-profit international trade association, we have always stayed true to our mission of being the leading gaming standards forum, creating value by facilitating innovation and efficiencies for the gaming industry. We are looking forward to supporting the Japanese government and its representatives with the unbiased information they are looking for.”