ince 2008, GLI and NYCE have established an accreditation scheme which is recognized in Mexico, and together GLI and NYCE established technical standards, known as the NMX Gaming Standards. Today, the companies’ relationship is as strong as ever.
“For nearly four years, GLI and NYCE have worked diligently to bring gaming standards to Mexico, and both organizations are extremely proud of our work thus far. We have made tremendous strides, and now, GLI together with NYCE, will be responsible for and shall continue to ensure that all gaming devices are tested and certified in accordance with the newly established Mexican requirements we worked so hard to bring to fruition,” said Karen Sierra-Hughes, GLI Development Director for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Salvador Sánchez of NYCE said, “GLI and NYCE have been working very hard to create an environment in Mexico that is secure and fair for everyone – operators, regulators, and players. The work we have done in testing standards so far is extremely significant, and we are very happy to mark four years of working together, and look forward to continuing our relationship for years to come.”
NYCE, which is a certification body, and GLI, which is recognized as both a testing laboratory and a certification body by ISO standards 17025 and Guide 65, will maintain the certification program for gaming devices as demanded by the Mexican government.