Leading gaming testing company Gaming Laboratories International gathered regulators, suppliers and operators from 18 countries together last week for its 105h annual European Regulators Roundtable.
Attendees were challenged to strategically face change over the course of the two-day conference, where the gaming industry’s top thought-leaders presented a broad range of topics critical to success in the industry’s modern landscape.
“GLI is known worldwide for providing so much more than just testing to our valued regulator, supplier and operator clients, and we were very pleased with our 10th European Regulators Roundtable,” said GLI President and CEO James Maida. “We are indebted to each of the outstanding speakers and panelists who lent their expertise and incredibly valuable insights to attendees in the dynamic industry landscape.”
Carlo Pagan, CEO of Casinó di Campione d’italia and VP of the European Casino Association, opened the Roundtable with a keynote address and an honest and in-depth presentation on Italy’s future in gaming legislation.
Other topics presented were:
• “Ten Key Technologies”
• “The Cloud”
• “Public Policy Issues: Is the Gaming Industry on the Brink of a Major Transformation?”
• “Network Risk Assessments and Network Communication Testing”
• “Concerns for Fraud, Money Laundering and Player Protection”
• “The Role of the Lab”
• “Virtual and Live Sport Betting”
• “Enforcing the Requirements”
• “The Where of iGaming”
• “iGaming’s Difficult Questions”
• “Regulated Gaming, Gray Games and Entertainment: Where is the Line?”
GLI University produced the event. Next, GLI University will stage the Latin American Regulators Roundtable, slated for August 26 and 27 in Bogota, Colombia. For more information on the Roundtable series, visit www.gaminglabs.com.
In a separate release, GLI announced it has successfully completed a World Lottery Association Responsible Gaming (WLA-RG) Level Four Certification assessment for the California Lottery. The assessment was conducted by GLI’s Professional Services Division and Mike Randall from Engage Atlantic.
With the successful assessment, the California Lottery becomes the only lottery in the United States to hold the WLA- Responsible Gaming Level Four Certification.
“We were very pleased the California Lottery chose GLI and our Professional Services Division and Mike Randall to conduct this crucial, thorough assessment,” GLI Professional Services Director Gregory Doucette said. “Since creating the Professional Services Division in 2011, we have carefully assembled a team consisting of the industry’s foremost leading experts, and the California Lottery, like our other clients, can choose GLI, and be confident that their projects are carried out by the industry’s best.”
The WLA-RG framework is the lottery sector’s only internationally recognized responsible gaming framework. The WLA-RG framework serves to integrate responsible gaming principles into the day-to-day operations of the member lotteries.
“The California Lottery spent the better part of one year preparing the material to earn these certifications,” said Acting Director Paula LaBrie. “We consider this Level Four Certification a great success and an important business milestone for our organization. It underscores the California Lottery’s commitment to responsible gaming principles, and it shows our public that we are a good corporate citizen. We appreciate GLI’s Professional Services team for their invaluable assistance.”