GLI certifies first interactive gaming system for The Bahamas

GLI certifies first interactive gaming system for The Bahamas.
According to a press statement issued Thursday by the independent gaming test agency Gaming Laboratories International, it has certified the first Gaming House Operator full interactive gaming system under the new Bahamian gaming legalization.
The operator, GLK Limited, is headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas, and worked with GLI to have its full complement of casinos, numbers and sportsbook offerings tested for compliance.
GLI claims that the new Bahamian gaming legalization incorporates a reliance on GLI’s iGaming technical standards and is committed to fair, secure and auditable interactive gaming operations across the Caribbean.
Garvin Newball and Leander Brice, co-founders of GLK Limited, commented in the GLI statement:
“We are pleased to be the first Gaming House Operator to complete the full testing and certification process with GLI and to have our interactive gaming system authorized by the Gaming Board for The Bahamas."
Salim Adatia, GLI VP of iGaming, added: “With any new market opening, there are bound to be unforeseen challenges for stakeholders to face. However, close collaboration between the regulatory agency, operator, software supplier and testing laboratory can make all the difference in terms of success level. This was the case here.”