Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) is gearing up to showcase its knowledge and services on and beyond its booth at next week’s G2E in Las Vegas. Attendees will be able to meet with the firm’s team of experts and discover its portfolio of testing, assessment, and certification services along with innovative “regulation ready” tools such as GLI Link and Point.Click.Transfer.
The company will also discuss its innovative award-winning Test Automation, which works 24/7 to help suppliers get their products on casino floors even faster, and with more quality and reliability than ever before.
With sports wagering set to be a major discussion topic at G2E, GLI will also be talking about the release of GLI-33: Event Wagering Systems, the world’s first event-wagering technical standard, developed to ensure the integrity of the dramatically expanding US sports betting market.
Beyond the booth, GLI will lend its expertise to several panels during G2E. VP of business development Melissa Aarskaug will moderate the panel “The Power of Tech I: Suppliers’ Perspectives in Leveraging Technology to Bring Added Value to Your Customers.”
VP of government relations and general counsel Kevin Mullally will moderate a Regional Roundup panel discussion as part of IAGA Best Practices Day. He will also participate in an International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL) Masterclass on the topic: “Can Responsible Gaming Regulation Keep Pace with Advancements in Gaming.”
Director of Latin America and Caribbean government relations and business development Karen Sierra-Hughes will speak at the networking breakfast “Sports Betting in Latin America.”
“Wherever you want to take your product, we have a solution to get you there, cost-effectively and with less risk,” said VP of global services Ian Hughes. “We are committed to quality testing that is done right the first time, which saves suppliers money, and gets them to market faster.”