1Click Games are proud to announce that it has received an approval and granted the GLI-19 compliance certificate by BMM Testlabs.
1Click Games’ products, including gaming platform 1Click CRM and lottery engine 1Click Lotto, were tested against Bahamas Gaming Regulations, 2014, and Bahamas Gaming House Operator Regulations, 2014, and, as part of this certification, 1Click Games met all requirements of the widely used GLI-19 standard.
GLI-19 is a standard based on an extensive review of several key interactive gaming jurisdictions that have experienced success in regulating the inherently complex systems associated with iGaming. GLI-19 is the first set of common standards for technical regulation of iGaming markets, encompassing the best practices in regulated jurisdictions from the U.S., Canada, and from countries across Europe.
Commenting on the certification, Ben Roberts, VP of Business Development at 1Click Games, says: “We are proud that our gaming systems now match industry standards for regulated jurisdictions all around the world. This boosts confidence in our product and sets up new opportunities for entering regulated markets.”
About 1Click Games
1Click Games is a supplier of premium white-label solutions for both iGaming startups as well as existing operators worldwide. 1Click Games focuses on fast integration, ensuring rapid and cost-effective time to market for all its clients. Operators are provided a full suite of top iGaming products including casino, sportsbook, lottery and live casino, all deployed under unified management platform, as well as services like sublicensing, branding, etc. 1Click Games was founded in 2013 and coordinates its multiple software developing centers across Europe from its head office in Malta. More information about 1Click Games is available at www.1clickgames.com.
About BMM Testlabs
BMM Testlab is a systems-expert company that has provided consulting for and tested many of the largest gaming networks and systems for more than 30 years. BMM Testlab authored the first set of independent gaming standards in 1992 and the first set of online gaming standards in 2001. BMM Testlab’s world headquarters are in Las Vegas, USA. More information about BMM Testlabs is available at www.bmm.com.