Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has been selected as designated lab in Michigan.
US.- The State of Michigan will be operating its gaming technology under the approval and control of popular Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), due to a latest agreement signed with Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB). The partnership will become effective next July 1, according to an official statement.
The announcement was made today by the gaming company, after being notified that they have been authorised by the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) as a designated test laboratory for the State of Michigan. GLI’s Vice President of Government Relations and General Counsel Kevin P. Mullally said, “We are grateful for the opportunity to work in a more integrated way with the Michigan Gaming Control Board. This initiative allows us to combine GLI’s global resources with the excellent work of the MGCB staff to assist them in their efforts of ensuring the integrity of gaming.”
The MGCB is prepared to receive the test results on electronic gaming devices or associated equipment that GLI submits on behalf of manufacturers and suppliers. GLI will be in charge of the following test results accepted by the State of Michigan: Games and game variation; Gaming devices and gaming device modifications; Gaming associated equipment and gaming associated equipment modifications; Cashless wagering systems and cashless wagering system modifications; Inter-casino linked systems and inter-casino linked system modifications; Mobile gaming systems and mobile gaming system modifications; and Interactive gaming systems and interactive gaming system modifications.