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Win Systems Certified in Chile, Colombia

Win Systems announced that it has obtained the certificate of compliance from Gaming Laboratories International for Chile and Colombia for its casino management system, WIGOS.

Specifically, WIGOS was approved in the jurisdiction of Chile in accordance with the Standards for Ticket-In/Ticket-Out Systems (TITO) and the Standards for Online Monitoring and Control Systems. In the jurisdiction of Colombia, WIGOS has obtained approval in accordance with the technical requirements contained in the new regulations from COLJUEGOS.

By satisfying the evaluations of GLI, which guarantee the compliance of WIGOS with the regulations and standards set by the Superintendencia de Casinos de Juego (SCJ) of Chile and the Administradora del Monopolio Rentístico de los Juegos de Suerte y Azar (COLJUEGOS) of Colombia, the casino management system WIGOS is now authorized to operate in these new markets.

Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, said, “In Win, we offer solutions that adapt to our customers’ needs, such as our WIGOS system, which has the flexibility to adapt to the regulations of different countries, which is a clear advantage that puts us ahead of our competitors. WIGOS is the leading casino management system in Latin America, and we are now pleased to be able to offer it to our customers in two important markets such as Colombia and Chile.”

Win Systems now has more than 50,000 gaming machines connected to its WIGOS systems in more than 190 casinos in Latin America. The company also is expanding with WIGOS in the United States and Europe.

 

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