he members-only meetings take place February 3-5 at Satellietbaan 12 in Hillegom and will be hosted by GSA member company Gaming Laboratories International, LLC. Prior to the technical meetings, a special half-day introduction/overview to GSA will be held February 2. This session is open to members and non-members and will include an introduction to GSA and an update on its technical work.
GSA President Peter DeRaedt said, “GSA standards have been created by our international membership to benefit the global gaming industry. Our presence in Europe signals our desire to seek input from all stakeholders and we welcome the European-based gaming industry to join us for this informative meeting. We are grateful to GLI for hosting this important meeting for us.”
A complete schedule of events is available at to www.gamingstandards.com. Users can also RSVP from the website or may contact [email protected] for additional details. Admission is free, and registration is required.
The week following the technical meetings, GSA University will hold its first European session of its Executive Awareness Program. The goal of this program is to raise the awareness and understanding of GSA standards throughout the gaming industry. Visit www.gsauniv.com for course details and registration.
Prior to the meetings, GSA will be discussing gaming protocol standards at the International Gaming Expo from stand number 3021. IGE takes place January 27-29 at Earls Court in London.