Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), a leading provider of land-based, lottery, and iGaming testing services, has announced that it has been approved as an Independent Test Lab in North Carolina. The approval from the NC State Lottery Commission allows GLI to evaluate gambling equipment, software, and processes for compliance with state law and commission rules. This further solidifies GLI’s position as a top test lab in the US, as it is already authorized to test for 65 lotteries and 707 markets worldwide. The company offers a wide range of compliance-related services, including regulatory compliance, technical compliance, end-to-end testing, and full lifecycle compliance.
Angela Wong, the vice president of global lottery solutions at GLI, expressed her excitement about the approval, stating that the company is thrilled to be able to test and certify for the North Carolina State Lottery Commission. She emphasized that GLI’s testing and consultation services are unmatched due to the combination of innovation, compliance, and global reach that provides clients with valuable insights.
In addition to the approval in North Carolina, GLI has recently received accreditation for its testing laboratories in India and Canada. This accreditation to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) reaffirms GLI’s commitment to providing high-quality testing services. All of GLI’s testing labs are currently operating under the latest requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017.
Furthermore, GLI has made significant additions to its team, with the promotions of Ginnie Hollis and Samantha Powell to vice presidents of engineering. Hollis, based in the company’s Colorado office, will oversee digital operations, while Powell, based in the Adelaide office, will support GLI’s land-based operations. These promotions followed the appointment of Richard Howarth as chief business officer for the APAC region, highlighting GLI’s commitment to expanding its influence and strengthening its team.