The gaming certification lab has been approved by LOTBA in Argentina.
Argentina.- BMM Testlabs, the world’s best gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, has been officially approved by LOTBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Marzia Turrini, SVP Business Development Europe and South America, said: “We are very pleased to have been approved by LOTBA to deliver BMM services to Argentina. The cornerstones of BMM testing are quality, speed to market and cost efficiencies. The BMM global teams committed to the Argentinian market will be focused on bringing these attributes to every client, every day.”
LOTBA is authorised in the city of Buenos Aires for the control of all games of chance and manage the auditing of the Casinos de HAPSA (Hipòdromo de Palermo), Casino Buenos Aires (Boats) and all official daily games agencies.
Turrini added: “BMM Testlabs’ South American, Spanish and North American offices worked very hard to meet and exceed the rigorous accreditation requirements of LOTBA. Serving this market is an honor and a testament to the dedication of BMM leadership and engineers.”
BMM is the longest established and most experienced private independent gaming certification lab in the world, providing professional technical and regulatory compliance services to the gaming industry since 1981. At its core, BMM is a systems-expert company that has provided consulting for and tested many of the largest gaming networks and systems over the last 37 years. In addition, BMM has been successfully testing and certifying the full scope of Class III casino products for over two decades. BMM authored the first set of independent gaming standards in 1992 and the first set of online gaming standards in 2001.
BMM employs some 400 people in 14 global locations and serves over 440 jurisdictions. BMM’s world headquarters are in Las Vegas (USA), with offices in Mexico City (Mexico), Lima (Peru), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), Singapore, Macau (SAR, China), Moncton (Canada), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Barcelona (Spain), Vienna (Austria), Bologna (Italy), Midrand (South Africa) and Bucharest (Romania).