Testing Approved in Greece

Both GLI Europe and BMM Testlabs have been approved for a license to test equipment and systems in all categories of gaming in Greece by the Hellenic Gaming Commission.

Testing Approved in Greece

Testing has begun in Greece in preparation for the introduction of integrated resorts.

Gaming Laboratories Europe has been awarded a license by the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC) to certify and audit all categories of gaming.

“We are honored that the Hellenic Gaming Commission has approved GLI to test, audit and certify iGaming, VLT and casino products for Greece,” said Martin Britton, managing director of GLI EMEA. “We have been helping regulators and suppliers navigate the future of gaming and betting for decades, and we are excited to put our worldwide experience to work for Greece.”

GLI has been working in the iGaming, VLT, casino and sports betting space for more than 30 years, and GLI is the only lab that is working with all regulated jurisdictions worldwide—both existing and emerging. “That means GLI is best prepared to help regulators, suppliers and operators navigate their way forward and guide them in ways no one else can,” the company said in a press release.

And gaming testing company BMM Testlabs also announced that the HGC has approved BMM as an independent test lab for Greece.

“We are honored that the HGC has approved BMM for the Greek gaming market,” said Marzia Turrini, BMM’s executive vice president, Europe and South America. “For nearly 40 years, BMM has paved the way by assisting manufacturers to expand into new markets. We provide peace-of-mind for our partners as we help them navigate through new regulatory and technological environments. This new approval enables BMM to offer its testing services within Greece and assist clients looking to expand into the Greek gaming market.

“BMM would like to thank the Hellenic Gambling Commission  for their efforts and diligence throughout the approval process.  We look forward to providing our world-class testing services and technical consultancy to this significant jurisdiction.”