Austrian software provider awarded software supplier seal
The Austrian online gaming developer Greentube I.E.S AG has joined the growing number of quality online gambling software providers that have passed a professional inspection and review process by the independent player protection and standards body eCOGRA.
The process included on-site and highly detailed inspections by an audit team tasked with ensuring that all aspects of the applicant's software development operations, methodologies and management control systems comply with the international standards enshrined in eCOGRA's generally accepted practices (eGAP), a spokesman revealed this week.
The investigative compliance review for Greentube was conducted at the company's Vienna base during September 2009 and examined all aspects of the multi-lingual online bingo, casino and poker software .
The audit confirmed that the development, implementation, maintenance and security of Greentube’s games portfolio and back-office systems are representative of industry best practice standards.
Eberhard Dürrschmid, CEO of Greentube says: “We have recently passed the test for European Gambling and Betting Association standards, which are equally stringent, and that certainly helped prepare us for that aspect of the inspection. We're very pleased that we were successful in achieving the demanding eCOGRA standards, again proving the high quality level established within our product development and operational teams and software.”
Greentube is located in Vienna, Austria, and provides skill games for the Internet, mobile devices, and iTV. The company regularly stimulates international interest with its cross-media formats for the PC and TV and was founded in 1997.
In its most recent financial year the company broke the Euro 10 million turnover barrier for the first time. Greentube’s sport games currently have a following of more than nine million gamers around the world.