Independent testing lab eCOGRA has continued its expansion across the US after being authorized to offer its certification services as an independent testing laboratory in Michigan.
Following the completion of checks with the Michigan Gaming Control Board, eCOGRA is now able to offer its services in the Wolverine State, which includes a full suite of regulatory certifications
This follows the authorization the testing lab received from Pennsylvania last year, as well as the minor vendor licenses to offer third-party cybersecurity testing and certification in Colorado and New Jersey.
“We are committed to expanding our service offering to new jurisdictions that are important to our clients and will continue pursuing approvals where our services are required, being the preferred ITL,” commented Shaun McCallaghan, CEO of eCOGRA.
“Authorization to operate in Michigan by the highly respected MGCB is a significant achievement and step forward for eCOGRA.”
eCOGRA has the authorization to offer certification services in 34 jurisdictions across four continents, including Ontario and Kahnawake in Canada, as well as Buenos Aires Province, Buenos Aires City, and Colombia in South America.