Private certification firm, BMM Testlabs, receives approval in the Big Apple to test commercial and video lottery gaming facilities.
[dropcap]P[/dropcap]rivate certification firm, BMM Testlabs, receives approval in the Big Apple to test commercial and video lottery gaming facilities.
BMM Testlabs, the world’s leading gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, has been approved by the New York State Gaming Commission to perform independent testing for the commercial and video lottery gaming facilities. BMM is approved to conduct inspection and certification for the following categories:
1. Games and game variations;
2. Gaming devices and gaming device modifications;
3. Gaming associated equipment and gaming associated equipment modifications;
4. Cashless wagering systems and cashless wagering system modifications;
5. Inter-casino linked systems and inter-casino linked system modifications;
6. Mobile gaming systems and mobile gaming system modifications; and
7. Interactive gaming systems and interactive gaming system modifications.
Travis Foley, EVP of Operations at BMM Testlabs Americas, commented: “BMM is very pleased to have received this approval and would like to thank the New York State Gaming Commission for their effort and diligence throughout the process.”
Foley added, “We are looking forward to providing BMM´s high level of technical expertise, training and customer service to manufacturers, operators and regulators throughout New York.”
BMM is the longest established and most experienced private independent gaming certification lab, providing professional technical and regulatory compliance services to the global gaming industry since 1981.
At its core, BMM is a systems-expert company that has provided consulting for and tested many of the largest gaming networks and systems over the last 35 years. In addition BMM has been successfully testing and certifying the full scope of Class III casino products for over two decades.
BMM authored the first set of independent gaming standards in 1992 and the first set of online gaming standards in 2001.
BMM employs some 300 people in 13 global locations and serves over 420 jurisdictions.