Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) lay claim to being be the first international gaming laboratory to be awarded Class II Gaming Systems licenses in Romania.
This honour further increases GLI’s activity across Europe and allows the company to provide assistance to the Romanian ONJN (Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc).
GLI’s Managing Director of GLI Europe and Africa Martin Britton said: “We would like to thank ONJN in awarding the first Class II license to GLI, and we wish them every success. This will allow our clients to move forward in this regulated market, and we would be happy for suppliers and operators to contact GLI as we have up-to-the-minute information about the Romanian regulation, along with all the various certification and audit requirements.
“We see Romania as a key regulated jurisdiction for suppliers and operators moving forward,” he said.
“Lending our global expertise is a vital service we provide in our role as an independent advisor in driving industry standards, providing a global approach to regulation to avoid reinventing the wheel. GLI has always provided standards across all products in the gaming arena, which are freely available on our website, to highlight the need for standardization. This is where our internal and international expertise assists through our compliance teams. Our European Compliance and Quality Assurance team is headed by Compliance Manager Dennis Byram.”
Granting Class II licenses in Romania, coupled with the recent release of Ordinul nr.93/2016 (scope of the certification and audit), allows licensees in Romania to begin the process straight away.