With no central governing body, hundreds of competing companies and frequent twists and turns prompted by everything from changing regulations to shifts in demographics, the iGaming business can be a hard place to get a handle on for the neophytes. One way to affirm one’s position in an industry is to gain the respect of your peers, and that’s precisely what Microgaming has done, with two online casinos operated by the software developer receiving eCOGRA accreditation earlier this month.
Given out by the player advocacy group, the eCOGRA Seal of approval has been given to both the Red Flush Casino and the Casino La Vida and signifies that eCOGRA confirms each casino offers “Safe and Fair” gaming to its customers.
eCOGRA has thousands of gaming companies submit themselves for consideration by the organization, and but with only 145 sites earning a seal. Yet while being allowed to bear the eCOGRA seal is evidently more difficult than being allowed to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl (too soon?), Red Flush’s Retention Manager Alex Roberts was not surprised by the honor.
“We’re certainly proud of our newest accomplishment and are glad to be recognized for our ongoing transparency, integrity and satisfactory operating standards,” Robers told the Casino Advisor.