A global perspective

Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) takes pride in the world-class customer service that its experts provide to each and every one of its clients.

GLI works with more than 475 global gaming jurisdictions, ensuring that their clients are successful and are performing at the very top of their industry. With offices and professionals strategically located on six continents, GLI can bring a global perspective to each client and project.

The company is globally connected through its relationships and technologies, and in addition to testing, its clients experience unexpected values all around the world.

In addition, GLI is completely integrated, which is a must in today’s gaming landscape.

The company’s experts see beyond the surface, offering clients cost-effective and efficient solutions.

In particular, GLI will be shining a spotlight on its professional services and ability to consult on new and upcoming technology this year. GLI offers its clients an extensive portfolio of services, including lottery testing, gaming device and systems testing, online gaming systems and security testing, rule writing, consultation and professional services.

GLI can be found at stand N3-210 at the show,  demonstrating why they are the leaders in gaming testing and consultancy.

More news from this jurisdiction

ElsewhereWednesday, Aug 16, 2017

Konami Gaming Inc. has joined the companies as a lead sponsor of the recently formed Innovation Adoption Advisory Panel.

ElsewhereWednesday, Aug 16, 2017

UltraPlay has announced that it will provide live betting for the Grand Final of FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017, starting from 16 to 18 August in London.

ElsewhereTuesday, Aug 15, 2017

The historic Les Ambassadeurs Club in London’s Mayfair is seeking to recover GBP470,000 ($608,700) from a high stakes gambler from Singapore.

ElsewhereMonday, Aug 14, 2017

Bede Gaming, a leading supplier of software to the online gaming industry, has struck a deal with live dealer provider Ezugi.

ElsewhereSunday, Aug 13, 2017

The Genting Group reportedly failed in its bid to secure a casino concession in Canada, according to UOB Kay Hian Malaysian Research.

ElsewhereFriday, Aug 11, 2017

Esports teams from tier 2 and 3 are more likely to engage in match-fixing than their higher tier counterparts, noted Alan “Nahaz” Bester, a Dota 2 statistician at NahazDota.

ElsewhereFriday, Aug 11, 2017

Pariplay Ltd. and 1X2 Network have announced the start of a strategic partnership that will see the full range of content from the 1X2 Network being activated to operators through Pariplay’s FUSION network.