INCETUR has a goal of having all of the approximately 70,000 gaming devices operating in more than 650 gaming halls interconnected with the regulatory agency. BMM's clients have been anxiously waiting for this recognition in order for their systems to be tested, certified and homologated to provide this service.
BMM's General Manager for Peru, Joaquin Gonzalez, says "BMM is completely committed to the Peruvian market with its qualified test lab established in Lima. BMM sees the Peru location as a hub for servicing both South American regulators and manufacturers. With ten labs in nine countries, BMM has strategically located its testing facilities and offices to best service the global gaming industry because we understand the local needs of our clients."
BMM Global President and CEO Martin Storm said: "We are extremely pleased to be working closely with Manuel San Roman Benavente, Director General of MINCETUR, and his staff to provide the services they need to effectively and efficiently regulate the thriving Peru gaming market. The accreditation process was very thorough and with this major recognition BMM will continue to grow its presence in South America.
“BMM is steadfast in its support of the Director General de Juegos de Casino y Maquinas Tragamonedas in his quest to successfully implement the technical standards for systems pursuant to the Complementary Technical Regulation for the implementation of the SUCTR. We look forward to many years of service in this market and are appreciative of MINCETUR's recognition of BMM to perform this work,” Storm added.