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GLI Certifies First Interactive System for Bahamas

Leading gaming testing company Gaming Laboratories International announced that it has completed the first independent certification of a Gaming House Operator’s full interactive gaming systems under the new Bahamian gaming legislation.

GLK Limited, a Gaming House Operator headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas, worked with GLI to have its full complement of casinos, numbers and sports book offerings tested for compliance with the new Bahamian gaming legislation, which incorporates a reliance on GLI’s iGaming technical standards (GLI-19: Interactive Gaming Systems).

“We are pleased and excited 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,” said Garvin Netball and Leander Brice, co-founders of GLK Limited. “It is truly an honor to be the first of a handful of operators licensed in this historical undertaking to regularize a domestic gaming sector.

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