opics to be presented include advances in server-based gaming and electronic table games, cashless wagering, field inspections, forensic inspections and reporting, network security, players cards, player protection programs, player tracking, remote gaming, smart cards,
third-party software, WiFi and updates to GLI standards.
The event is presented free of charge for regulators, and reservations are required. For reservations and information, visit www.gaminglabs.com.
GLI Director Engineering and Client Services Ian Hughes said, “New technologies will affect every gaming jurisdiction, but in different ways, and that what makes the Roundtable so valuable to attendees. Not only do they learn in the seminars, but they also learn from each other, discussing challenges they have had and solutions they have employed.”
Now in its fifth year, the Roundtable is a two-day intense training on the latest technology affecting gaming products and regulations. In addition to the seminars, the Roundtable is widely known as providing a unique forum for regulators to network and discuss ideas with their peers from across jurisdictions.
Gaming Laboratories International operates nine fully accredited testing laboratories worldwide, in addition to fully accredited inspection bodies in America, Europe and Africa. GLI is the only independent testing laboratory of its kind to hold both US and International accreditations for compliance with ISO 17025 and 17020 standards for technical competence in testing and inspection services.