License by the Gaming Commission

BMM Testlabs authorized to test and certify sports wagering equipment in Massachusetts

Travis Foley, Chief Technology Officer and Executive VP, North America.
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Gaming test lab and product certification consultancy BMM Testlabs announced Monday that the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has authorized the company to test and certify sports wagering equipment for the state's nascent industry.

Travis Foley, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President, North America, commented: "BMM is very pleased to have been approved to provide testing services for sports wagering equipment in Massachusetts, authorized under Massachusetts Regulation 205 CMR 244.06."

"We look forward to utilizing our decades of experience to provide our expert testing services for the state. We value our ongoing partnership with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and would like to thank their staff for their continued cooperation and diligence during this process," he concluded. 

In a press release, the consultancy said that it is now accepting supplier submissions for testing and certifying sports wagering equipment in the state.

Last week, the company announced the launch of its newest venture – the BMM Innovation Group "BIG". The BMM Innovation Group provides services centered around technology, cybersecurity, information, and virtual educational services for the global gaming industry, and groups previously established businesses BIG Cyber and RG24seven. 

BMM's approval to test sports wagering equipment in Massachusetts comes as regulators in the Bay State work on finalizing regulations to open the market. Earlier this month, commissioners said they are going to take the necessary time to put the industry into place, shooting down rumors of a launch in the coming weeks.

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