he current Bahamian regulatory regime has been live for just over a year following a complete revitalization of the archaic 1969 Gambling Act. The regime includes provisions for domestic and foreign players to engage in online and mobile gaming activities dependent on their domiciled legal residence.
NMi joins GLI and BMM as a laboratory accredited to inspect, test and certify gaming devices and systems for use in licensed gaming operations in the Bahamas. The Gaming Board, who has adopted highly technical standards, similar to many jurisdictions worldwide has accredited NMi following a thorough application process.
NMi recently gained approval in Peru and Portugal, and the Bahamas is the latest in an extensive list of iGaming specific accreditations covering regulated jurisdictions across the world.
Andrew Rosewarne, Director, said: "Following a lengthy application process we are thrilled to have gained approval in the Bahamas. NMi will continue to deliver trusted, reliable and flexible services and this accreditation demonstrates our commitment to offer choice to our customers wherever they choose to operate. The Caribbean and Latin America are promising to become high growth areas in the coming years. Modern compliance professionals have little appetite for risk and NMi's expertise and knowledge in the field, and commitment to quality, is second to none. We are seeing unprecedented demand for our services and, as with everywhere we operate, we hope to make a significant contribution to the Bahamian regulatory framework".