GSA to Highlight Standards

The Gaming Standards Association will highlight its award-winning standards currently implemented around the world at this week’s Global Gaming Expo.

The Gaming Standards Association announced that it will highlight its award-winning standards currently being implemented around the globe at Booth No. 4100 at this week’s Global Gaming Expo.

“We are at a crucial crossroads for the global gaming industry,” said GSA President Peter DeRaedt. “Technology and regulation are evolving, allowing for more creative development that speaks more directly to tomorrow’s consumer. That evolution means that continual standards development and adoption are vital to the success of our industry moving forward, and GSA is proud to be leading the way.”

GSA also will hold its annual meeting during G2E, on Wednesday, September 30 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The meeting takes place in Venetian Casanova Room 606 and is open to all G2E attendees.

At this meeting, GSA will reveal the results of its 2015 Standards Adoption Survey, present a study comparing its G2S Game to System Standard to the SAS protocol standard, and unveil a new G2S case study. DeRaedt will also introduce GSA’s 2016 strategic objectives, which will serve as the organization’s roadmap for the coming year.

Admission to the annual meeting is free; registration is required. To register, visit

Established in 1998, GSA’s members represent a wide cross-section of the global gaming industry.