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Singapore Chooses GLI

Gaming Laboratories International announced that its European headquarters has been recognized by the Casino Regulatory Authority (CRA) of Singapore as a “Singapore Recognized Testing Laboratory,” or SRTL, a distinction that authorizes GLI Europe to provide testing services to ensure gaming equipment complies with Singapore’s standards.

To attain SRTL status, GLI had to prove its accreditation with ISO 17025, its internal compliance processes, and its experience in testing gaming equipment for major gaming jurisdictions. The CRA regulates the casinos in Singapore, and designates qualified testing laboratories with the status of STRL to provide testing services for gaming equipment deployed at casinos within Singapore.

“We are honored and grateful to the CRA for granting this recognition to GLI Europe,” said GLI Europe Managing Director Phillip Barow. “This recognition is very exciting, both for GLI Europe and for our supplier clients. Now suppliers who earn certification through GLI Europe can move their products into the rapidly growing Singapore marketplace. This is yet another reason for suppliers to choose GLI for their testing needs.”

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