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June 18, 2021

A milestone in the company's history

GLI first lab approved under GSA Certification Program requirements

(US).- Further solidifying its role as a leading gaming testing laboratory worldwide, Gaming Laboratories International has become the first organization approved as an authorized test laboratory in accordance with the Gaming Standards Association's new Certification Program.

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he approval is a milestone in the company's history and will allow GLI to provide certification reports to clients seeking approval of gaming equipment that supports GSA's G2S, S2S and Transport standards. GLI is currently the only organization in the world able to offer this new testing service for the new standards published under the GSA Certification Program.

GSA President Peter DeRaedt said: “This is an exciting time for the gaming industry, and we are very pleased with the launch of the Certification Program, which will give operators peace of mind in choosing new products. We have a long and successful history with GLI, and we are thrilled for them to have received their approval, to be GSA's first recognized testing agency, and to have them lending their expertise to the program.”

According to GSA, the Certification Program was designed to provide the gaming industry a level of assurance that products correctly implement GSA standards, ensuring consistent implementation of standards and improved interoperability.

GLI President and co-founder James R. Maida said: “We are pleased to be the first organization in the world able to offer this new testing service to the industry, and we are honored to have our technical competence affirmed. Our seeking this certification clearly shows our commitment to provide the industry with the highest quality of testing available.”

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