OPTIMA hits compliance high points for GLI-33 certification

first_img OPTIMA has achieved Gaming Labs International (GLI) certification GLI-33 for its OPTIMAMGS™ sports betting and gaming system.Meanwhile, the award-winning betting technology supplier also secured GLI certification to service the re-regulated gambling market in Sweden, after passing special checks around player protection and self exclusion systems.This Swedish go-ahead arrives just a week after the company obtained the certification to deliver the same platform to operators in the rainbow nation of South Africa.OPTIMA CEO Jacob Lopez said: “It is a great pleasure to announce that, as part of our global expansion strategy, we have obtained the GLI-33 and Swedish GLI certification. “It confirms the commitment from OPTIMA to provide operators with the highest level of compliance in the market, to launch in new jurisdictions in the quickest and safest way. “In the last few weeks, we have achieved GLI-33, South Africa and Sweden, adding to the long list of certifications for OPTIMAMGS™;  a great achievement for our technical and compliance teams that demonstrates a great platform flexibility, while expanding business possibilities for our existing and potential partners worldwide.”Marta Nikolova, OPTIMA Commercial Director, added: “By running one single instance of OPTIMAMGS™ which meets different regulatory requirements and user journeys compliant with an operator’s multi-regional strategy, our partners and customers can offer services in many jurisdictions. “The centralized technology and outstanding scalability and high availability of the platform reduces the total cost-ownership of the entire betting and gaming system solution, not only at the technology level but also at the operational level. “The range of third party integrations available, multi-currency, multi-regulation and multi-vertical platform capabilities are second to none in the market. Allowing personalisation to the finest detail, operators offer products that are tailored for each region, managed centrally or decentralised depending on the operator’s requirements for each operation. “It is a true B2B2C platform ready for operators that want to lead the market worldwide, spanning operations in different jurisdictions in an easy and quick expansion process.” Related Articles Share StumbleUpon Share Betfred counters Oppenheimer bid in race to rescue Phumelela August 26, 2020 LeoVegas hits back at Swedish regulations despite Q2 successes August 13, 2020 Submit Betsson outrides pandemic challenges as regulatory dramas loom July 21, 2020last_img read more

McCue named 2016 Impact Bank Wellington High School student of the year

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