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GLI Augments Australia Staff

Gaming Laboratories International has added four seasoned engineers to its GLI Australia labs— David Dang, Surendranath Dwarakanath, Liliana Hrncic and Ken Truc Han Truong.

Leading gaming testing company Gaming Laboratories International announced an expansion of its three GLI Australia labs, including the addition of four engineers to meet increasing demands of existing and new customers.

The staffing increase at GLI Australia includes four seasoned test engineering veterans: David Dang, Surendranath Dwarakanath, Liliana Hrncic and Ken Truc Han Truong. Each brings an average of 17 years industry experience to GLI.

The increases are part of GLI’s global strategy of increasing staff to meet demand at each of its 21 locations.

“Regional jurisdictions are becoming more and more cognizant of the fact that both players and government regulators have high expectations when it comes to player fairness (game integrity), and that GLI strives to meet these expectations with due diligence,” said GLI Australia COO Espee de Robillard. “Regulators, manufacturers and operators have come to trust GLI Australia as a true partner, and our operational performance continues to scale with growth benefiting regulators, manufacturers and operators.”

GLI has been operating in Australia for more than 20 years and serves regulatory clients and supplier customers throughout Australasia, New Zealand and the Western Pacific.

GLI Australia operates full-service labs in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney. The division has added 18 new staff members over the past six months.