Gaming testing laboratory and product certification consultancy BMM Testlabs is growing considerably in the Netherlands and Greece.
News from our partners.- BMM Testlabs, the world’s best gaming testing laboratory and product certification consultancy, is accelerating its growth within the European market with an emphasis on the Netherlands and Greece.
Deion Williams, Director of Technical Compliance, BMM Testlabs Europe and South America, commented, “We are optimistic for what 2021 has in store for our European market. On the heels of our recent approval for the Greek casino market, we are already witnessing an uptick in business activities. The Netherlands is also proving to be another dynamic market, where we are actively engaging with our partners who are expanding their iGaming services. This is a truly exciting time to be part of BMM in iGaming.”
BMM has helped regulators, operators, and suppliers navigate the global regulatory landscape since its inception, having written the first set of iGaming standards for the Kahnawake (Canada) in the early 2000s. Known for its competitive pricing and testing efficacies, BMM has been paving the way as the global independent test lab of choice, helping manufacturers and software developers expand their products, services, and solutions into both current and emerging markets for nearly four decades. As companies look to widen their international footprints in Greece and the Netherlands, BMM’s expertise is second to none.
Williams closed, “BMM has conducted inspections for the land-based industry in the Netherlands for many years, and is very familiar with both the market and the regulatory approach of the KSA, including their adoption of existing industry standards for their iGaming regulations. Our experienced and knowledgeable experts are prepared and ready to engage with suppliers interested in entering the Netherlands iGaming market. We want to encourage suppliers to meet with our team of industry experts to see how we may align our world-class solutions with their technical compliance needs.”