ADELAIDE, Australia (August 5, 2015) – Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) Australia was recently granted authorization to certify gaming equipment under the Gaming Standards Association protocols.
The accreditation, granted by NATA, allows GLI Australia’s Adelaide and Sydney laboratories to test and provide certification reports to clients seeking approval of gaming equipment that supports GSA’s G2S, S2S, GAT and Transport standards.
GLI’s Senior Manager of Regulation Compliance and QA Phillip Harrison said, “GLI’s capability to test the latest equipment and systems continues to meet the needs of the industry and regulators. We are excited to be recognized by NATA to test G2S and S2S communications under its ISO 17025 accreditation.”
The GSA Certification Program was designed to provide the gaming industry a level of assurance that products correctly implement GSA standards, ensuring consistent implementation of standards and improved interoperability. In the United States, GLI became the first organization approved as an authorized test laboratory in accordance with GSA’s new Certification Program in 2008.
Recently, GLI Australia physically expanded one of its locations, growing from 1,000 square meters to 1,600 square meters in Adelaide, and opened a new facility in Sydney. Between the three Australia laboratories, GLI has increased local staffing levels in order to accommodate the growing demand.
GLI serves more than 475 global jurisdictions, more than 130 of which exclusively accept GLI certification letters.
Gaming Laboratories International, LLC delivers the highest quality land-based, lottery and iGaming testing and consulting services. GLI’s laboratory locations are found on six continents, and the company is the only global organization of its kind to hold U.S. and international accreditations for compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020, and 17065 standards for technical competence in the gaming, wagering and lottery industries. For more information, visit www.gaminglabs.com.
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