2016’s edition of the Canadian gaming show was held from June 13th to 15th in Gatineau and Ottawa.
Canada.- Gaming Laboratories International –GLI– conquered the Canadian Gaming Summit last week. The provider of gaming testing and security assessment services for the countrywide casino industry announced the celebration of a great edition of the regional event. GLI’s booth was located at the gaming trade show floor in Ottawa, which saw highly positive number of attendance and participation.
As one of the representatives from the company, Thomas Bierbach –GLI’s director, Lottery & Gaming Practice was the speaker at two sessions during the summit. His solo session, called “How Secure is Your Random Number Generator (RNG)?”, addressed the importance of auditing both the implementation and operational processes of certified RNGs within secure automated draw environments. His second session, which was presented with the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC), discussed the implications and response of the Canadian gaming industry from the perspectives of technology, business, security, compliance and audit.
GLI’s vice president of iGaming & Canadian Services, Salim Adatia explained: “As the first and longest established independent gaming test laboratory in Canada, it was reaffirming to hear GLI remains the industry`s primary lab of choice to support the successful Canadian gaming market. From our bi-coastal offices in Vancouver, British Columbia and Moncton, New Brunswick, we could not be more proud than we are today to continue our 25+ years of delivering high-quality based gaming, lottery and iGaming services to regulators, manufacturers and gaming venue operators.”
With GLI’s wide experience on physical barrels for printed tickets and electronic RGN, the company showed excellent participation at the electronic raffles’ showcasing –a main topic of this year’s Canadian Gaming Summit–. GLI’s Canadian Business development manager, Laurie Fisher commented on the performance: “Having successfully completed testing and/or consultancy on Electronic Raffle systems in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario, GLI is really looking forward to working closely with remaining provinces to assist their charitable or lottery efforts.”