A new partnership between the Gaming Standards Association and iGaming Academy will provide e-learning modules on GSA standards with the first course debuting at ICE 2017.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Gaming Standards Association (GSA) has partnered with the iGaming Academy to deliver a series of e-learning session on GSA industry standards.
Focusing on the entire portfolio of GSA standards, the e-learning modules will available to anyone via an online educational platform.
Across the series of courses, users will learn about the impact GSA standards have had on the global gaming industry, and the potential they can bring to operators, suppliers, and regulators.
GSA President Peter DeRaedt said, “GSA’s membership is global and operates across multiple time zones. Learning tools should be available 24/7 and make it possible for members and non-members of GSA to offer training without constraint on resources. For a reasonable fee, industry professionals can learn the basics of our standards and the role they play in the gaming industry without leaving their office.”
The first course in the series is launching at ICE Totally Gaming on GSA’s stand #ND6-A and will cover the GSA’s GAT Standard. ICE attendees can also visit GSA’s stand to learn more about the e-learning series, GSA’s new GSA Europe Division, its standards, and membership.
Jaime Debono, Managing Director of e-learning specialists, iGaming Academy, said, “We have been developing this partnership [GSA & iGaming Academy] for several months in order to identify the right educational approach and structure which will allow learners to fully grasp GSA’s standards over a series of engaging online courses, and we are pleased to officially be launching our first module at ICE in a few weeks’ time.”