It’s usually eCOGRA who is the one taking a look at a company or operator before deciding whether or not to give them the thumbs up for accreditation… But now it’s a case of role reversal which can be very fun in many different situations, but this role reversal is intended for public acclaim, which if you’ve been with an exhibitionist, can also be fun… But that’s a different topic entirely…
The focus of the Internet Business Law Services organization was to give credit where credit was due and in their recent publication found on their website, the organization acknowledged the contribution to the online gambling industry made by the player protection and standards non-profit accreditation service, eCOGRA.
On their website, the Internet Business Law Services notes that eCOGRA vets software and provides a trustworthy seal of approval to those sites that meet its standards for fair programs, swift payments, and the fair or “human” treatment of customers. The IBLS also praises eCOGRA for its role as a dispute resolution arbitrator in disagreements with players.
The IBLS concludes with stating that, ” Overall, eCOGRA`s standards, testing principles and methods are well-regarded and they are working with other regulators and standards bodies to help guide creation of standardised rules to assure players online games are fair”.
Certainly the sentiments by the IBLS are echoed throughout the industry as eCogra has over the years continued to meet and exceed the industry’s and it’s own high standards of excellence. It just goes to show how much transparency and strict guidelines and fair treatment towards players are both valued and rewarded an industry that continues to raise it’s own bar for excellence.