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BMM Trains Regulators in Hungary

Gaming testing company BMM Testlabs announced that it has completed a video-conference training session for 90 members of the Hungarian Testing Board, concentrating on quality assurance (QA) testing.

The presentation, titled “QA in the Gaming World,” gave a broad overview of BMM’s approach to QA testing services, including electronic gaming machines (EGMs), online, social and mobile, race and sports betting. BMM Canada Senior VP Linda Lemieux, who gave the presentation, said, “BMM offers years of real world experience when it comes to QA testing in gaming, and with unparalleled performance. We feel it important to participate through education and ISTQB and its partners are an exceptional forum for our testing expertise.”

The Hungarian Testing Board is an ISTQB partner. ISTQB is the world’s most successful scheme for certifying software testers. As of Q1 2015, ISTQB had issued more than 400,000 certifications in over 100 countries worldwide, with a growth rate of more than 13,000 certifications per quarter.

Szilárd Széll, president of the Hungarian Testing Board commented, “We are grateful to BMM for delivering this informative presentation to our tester community.”

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