Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has been named an iGaming independent testing laboratory (ITL) by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
The registration means that, effective immediately, GLI is authorized to test and certify iGaming components such as games, random number generator (RNGs) platforms/RGS, and cybersecurity, GLI’s services will help to ensure an efficient and timely commencement of operations in the regulated market.
The AGCO and the province will leverage the benefits of GLI’s 30+ years of international experience in iGaming testing, certification, and consultation. Today, GLI is the only lab working with all existing and emerging jurisdictions worldwide, giving GLI unparalleled expertise and insight to help AGCO, AGCO-registered operators, and/or gaming-related suppliers successfully navigate the exciting opportunities in Ontario for iGaming.
In addition to Ontario, GLI has helped all other Canadian provinces currently online with their technical standards and/or mission-critical online gaming testing deployments to date, including the Province of Alberta’s most recent online portal’s launch.
“Beyond wanting the AGCO and province of Ontario to greatly benefit, we also want operators and suppliers to be commercially successful, all while maintaining the highest levels of integrity in compliance. Our technical and regulatory compliance teams are ready to test, consult and advise on best practices to achieve that,” said Salim L. Adatia, Vice President of Client Services for North America.