The world leader in gaming certification and testing, GLI, has confirmed its products have been a success with clients in the Asia-Pacific as the company prepares to discuss a wide variety of tools and services at the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) 2017 next month.
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) has reported that regulators, suppliers and operators are experiencing great success in the field with the company’s tools and services.
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GLI Australia’s Chief Executive Officer Ian Hughes, who will be participating on the AGE technology panel Tuesday, 15 Aug. in room E3.1+E3.2 (Level 3, ICC Sydney) from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m, said: “As the trusted and recognised value provider in testing and certifications with access to over 475 jurisdictions and 28 years of gaming industry experience to draw knowledge from, we are confident that our experts can offer solutions that best fit your individual needs. Whether you need guidance, training or tools, our experts are strategically located across the globe so that we can be there to help you succeed 24/7. It is our goal to understand your needs so that we can support your efforts either expanding into new territory or strengthening your current operations.”
The company, known for its independent verification and validation certification, automated testing and static code analysis, claims Asia-Pacific suppliers have taken advantage of their patented tools in order to save time and money, including Point.Click.Transfer.SM, Point.Click.Submit.SM and GLI Link®, which allow for suppliers to test their products remotely.
GLI has four laboratories located in the Asia-Pacific region – three in Australia (Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne) and one in (Macau) – helping small start-ups, large enterprises and jurisdictions reach new markets or expand into existing ones.