R. Franco Technologies SLU, a leading provider of gaming and betting technologies, has announced that it has obtained a compliance certificate for its IRIS platform. This platform is part of the R. Franco Group, and the certification was issued by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), a globally recognized authority in gaming testing and certification. The certificate verifies the platform’s compliance with the Sports Wagering Rules and Regulations for the regulated gambling sector in Puerto Rico.
The certification underscores R. Franco Technologies’ commitment to meeting the highest regulatory standards in the online gambling sector and providing reliable, secure, and compliant solutions for its partners in the country. It also confirms that the platform is aligned with the established regulations for sports betting set by the Puerto Rico Gaming Commission.
This recent certification follows R. Franco Technologies’ achievement of a GLI-33 v1.1 Event Wagering Systems certificate in September. The company’s dedication to meeting compliance requirements is further emphasized by this new certification in Puerto Rico.
The IRIS platform is known for its innovative technology and customer-centric features. To obtain the certification, the platform underwent extensive evaluation and testing by GLI.
Karen Sierra-Hughes, GLI’s VP of Latin America, Caribbean, expressed excitement about R. Franco Technologies’ entry into the Puerto Rico market and congratulated the company for being one of the first Ibero-American companies to achieve certification for the jurisdiction. She also stated that GLI aims to support the growth of Spanish iGaming operators and providers, and remains committed to assisting R. Franco Technologies’ global growth.
Guillermo Ruipérez, R. Franco Digital’s head of business development, commented on the achievement, stating that the company is delighted to receive the compliance certificate for the IRIS platform. He emphasized their dedication to providing top-tier solutions that not only meet, but exceed industry regulations, and mentioned their plans to contribute to the growth of the gambling sector in Puerto Rico.