Currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), is bringing its thought-leadership and expertise to the Global iGaming Summit & Expo (GiGse), an iGaming conference taking place July 14-16 in San Francisco.
GLI Canada CEO Salim Adatia will appear on the panel “In-depth Focus: Taking a Leap to Interstate Gaming.” The panel will compare New Jersey and Nevada regulations with other regulatory schemes worldwide and discuss what may or may not be applicable in other U.S. states. Adatia is widely considered to be one of the world’s leading iGaming experts.
“With more than 20 years of iGaming experience, GLI is the world leader in iGaming testing, certification and consultation, and we are excited for our knowledgeable staff to attend and bring our thought-leadership to this important global iGaming event,” Adatia said.
Specific to iGaming, GLI was the first to conduct successful certifications of interactive gaming systems in the regulated iGaming jurisdictions of Alderney, the Isle of Man, First Cagayan (Philippines), Italy, Spain and in the U.K. GLI was also first to certify iGaming conducted and managed by the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba and Québec. GLI has additionally instrumental in both a testing and consultancy capacity for iGaming deployments in the U.S. (Nevada and Delaware).
GLI is extremely proud of its efforts for harmonization of technical requirements through the GLI Standards Series. “GLI-19: Interactive Gaming Systems,” is the world’s first common iGaming standard available as a resource or for adoption by jurisdictions, regulators, Tribes, suppliers, etc.
In addition, with the size and growth of social gaming, GLI is putting finishing touches on a draft of “GLI-32,” a social gaming best practices document for industry comment. This responds to industry request for a method to audit the fairness of their social gaming products and is another exciting initiative to look forward to from GLI.