Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has been a trusted supporter of Tribal Gaming Regulatory Authorities in jurisdictions across the United States for 30 years.
Now at NIGA 2019, GLI will showcase how Class II and Class III regulators, commissioners, and operators benefit from GLI’s expertise and services.
The company will be in booth #1722 at the show, discussing the many ways GLI helps tribes protect their investments, ensure compliance, and prepare for the future. GLI experts will discuss the company’s multiple services for tribal operators, including gaming floor audits and field inspections; accounting system audits and inspections, bingo system audits and inspections; and kiosk testing and inspections.
“We are humbled with the trust tribal operators place in GLI, and we work hard every day to show our dedication to this industry. We are fortunate that today regulators and operators rely on GLI for Class II and Class III testing and related services more than any other lab,” said GLI Director of Client Services Michael Capen.
Beyond its lab and field services, GLI has been supportive of Tribal charitable efforts. For example, GLI has been a NIGA Associate member for more than 20 years, and the company is also a long-time supporter of the Spirit of Sovereignty scholarship program.
Also exhibiting in GLI’s booth are compliance solutions from Kobetron. One solution is IRIS Online, which puts the power of modern technology in the palm of your hand. IRIS Online provides real time software status alerts, real time floor analysis, and machine floor data, and letter and signature access.
The technologically advanced IRIS Enterprise system saves regulators time and money in the compliance process. IRIS Enterprise was specifically designed to manage slot floor business processes by marrying slot department and gaming commission functions in one system, giving users one easy window to manage, track and audit the gaming operation.
Off the show floor, GLI’s Vice President of Government Relations & General Counsel Kevin Mullally will participate on the panel, “Responsible Gaming Initiatives: Keep Our Gaming Healthy.”