Gaming testing laboratory BMM International Pty Ltd, known as BMM Testlabs, will again be at G2E Asia.
“G2E Asia is extremely important for BMM as it gives us the opportunity to reinforce our commitment to the ongoing development of the Asian gaming market,” said Kirk White, BMM’s executive vice president and general manager – International.
BMM operates a testing laboratory in Macau, in partnership with the Macao Polytechnic Institute. It also has a test lab in Singapore. BMM also provides educational and gaming product training programmes, offered locally in Macau and Singapore, with the support of MPIMacao Polytechnic Institute.
“BMM has enjoyed an extremely successful 2014 and we expect to see further growth in 2015 as we assist new Asian gaming manufacturers in understanding the technical requirements of the different regulated Asian gaming markets,” said Mr White.
“BMM’s teams of gaming technical experts are able to provide an incredibly high level of support throughout the complex process of product testing and certification in Asia, as well as multiple locations around the world,” he added.
“BMM is looking forward to exhibiting at G2E Asia this year. We will be sending key local and international executives to meet with our existing and new Asian and global customers at the show and to participate in technical workshops. I would like to encourage all manufacturers and operators to come and meet BMM’s experts to discuss their technical compliance, product testing and game mathematical evaluation needs,” Mr White stated.
BMM Testlabs is at stand 916.
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