G-Squared Committed To Cat C Voluntary Compliance

17/10/2017

Casino King’s credentials have been further enhanced with its latest game, Lucky Rainbow Super Slot, earning a successful compliance test report at NMi Metrology & Gaming Ltd after voluntary submission by G-Squared games

Lucky Rainbow Super Slot was assessed for compliance with cat C technical standards and in respect of sections 236 and 240 of the UK Gambling Act.

The assessment included inspection and manual game play on the cabinet, emulation of selected outcomes using the base force tool, a review of source code extracts and statistical analysis of data generated by a supplied simulator.

G-Squared’s Chris Truswell was delighted with the outcome: “Whilst submission is voluntary, we’re committed to ensuring that all of our products are both compliant and audited against regulatory standards. We respect the trust that our customers place in us and voluntary testing helps to build customer confidence. As a company committed to customer satisfaction through Total Quality Management, we see product compliance testing as an important quality enhancement tool,” explained Chris.

With over 40 years experience in the gaming industry, NMi Gaming is the market leading compliance testing and auditing laboratory in the fields of gaming and IT security. NMi Business Development Director Julian Borg-Barthet outlined some of the benefits of voluntary testing for Cat C:

“Category C products in the UK have been given a substantial amount of flexibility in regards to its compliance obligations being limited to a per-type basis for external testing. The Gambling Commission has always had a strategic risk-based approach to keeping a balance between supporting an industry’s ability to do business, while ensuring that players have a level of protection in regards to fairness and compliance with statutory rules. As with the majority of our customers that use NMi as an extension to their compliance department, G-Squared wanted to leverage the experience and reputation of NMi to test their content, regardless of their ability to self-certify this recent project,” explained Julian.

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