Gaming test lab and product certification consultancy BMM Testlabs announced Tuesday it will be exhibiting at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas in October 2022. The event comes as the company enters its fifth decade in business.
The company will have global and regional staff on hand throughout G2E to provide support and advice to both new and existing clients as well as to meet new suppliers. The company's areas of expertise include testing and certification across business segments such as sports wagering, iGaming, casino management, lottery services, cyber security and more.
BMM will be joined by BMM Innovation Group, which provides support in cybersecurity and responsible gaming education through its cyber defense company BIG Cyber and virtual training company RG24seven.
BMM at Ice London earlier this year
BMM’s CEO and Executive Chairman Martin Storm said: “As we enter our fifth decade of gaming lab operations, BMM continues to outperform with year-on-year record growth rates. We have emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic stronger than ever and continue to advance our share of business in both the sports betting and iGaming sectors, as well as land-based product certification.”
Regarding its regular presence at the event, Storm stated that for 20 years, BMM’s participation at G2E “has been about establishing meaningful connections, building great relationships and identifying cutting-edge technologies within the gaming industry.”
“We expect to continue supporting our customers in navigating the complex regulatory landscape of any gaming region, while providing the most cost-efficient testing and certification services available,” Storm added. “I wish to thank our staff and customers for BMM’s continued growth. We only exist to serve our customers and the industry, so we thank them for that privilege and for choosing BMM more than ever. We work very hard every day to earn that privilege."
BMM's Travis Foley
Ahead of the company's return to the show, Yogonet held an exclusive interview with Travis Foley, EVP North America & CTO, who talked in length about BMM's plans for the event, as well as new developments in the gaming industry from a compliance perspective.
"We are committed to educating new suppliers about entering any market in the world and looking for a lab partner that is focused on helping them be successful," Foley said. "We will be sharing updates on the ever-expanding gaming landscape in North America as well as developments worldwide. "