SB22 has achieved certification of its Fi22 Sportsbook by Gaming Laboratories International, earning the GLI-33 Event Wagering Systems certification.
Built specifically for the US market, Fi22 is a wagering platform that features a built-in player account management module, advanced betting engine and an omni-channel experience.
Vik Shrestha, CCO of SB22, commented: “Having our GLI-33 certification is a pivotal step for us and we are now open for business and ready to launch with our first clients. The industry has been waiting for this new technology and we are excited to showcase the innovation our world-class development team has developed.”
GLI certification gives SB22 recognition, with the Fi22 platform ‘successfully tested to generally accepted industry standards for highly regulated jurisdictions’.
Uniquely built for GLI standards, Fi22 aims to create a ‘next generation’ experience in the US, with a VR/AR-ready tech platform built into the mobile-centric app.
“SB22 did a great job of achieving GLI-33 Event Wagering Systems certification expeditiously,” said Salim L. Adatia, GLI’s Vice President of Client Services for North America.
“Their development and commercial team worked diligently with GLI’s testing and client services team throughout both the pre-certification and certification testing phases. SB22’s commitment to these test initiatives resulted in efficiency gains reducing the overall elapsed time frame from submission to project completion.”
Vladimir Jovanovic, COO of SB22, concluded: “Our goal has been to build a platform that disrupts the industry reliance on legacy technology. Fi22 enables operators of all sizes to offer a vastly superior user experience while using advanced automation capabilities to drive profitability by reducing operational overhead.
Providing technology that enables operators to achieve results in more efficient ways such as with AI and ML-driven personalized marketing and responsible gaming tools will enable the industry to make a big leap forward and really deliver on its promises.”