There has been a “noticeable rise” in the demand for “compliance-based consultation services by sports- and event-wagering developers in Asia,” says a press release from Gaming Laboratories International LLC (GLI), citing Marina Wong, general manager of GLI Asia Ltd, a unit based in Macau.
GLI stated that in particular, it has provided services linked to “eSports evaluations” and “game and platform evaluations” for content providers based in Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, against its “GLI-19 Interactive Gaming” and “GLI-33 Event Wagering Systems” standards.
It was assisting “suppliers, operators, and regulators” in the sports- and events-wagering sectors, “at each step of the compliance path,” said the release.
“GLI has been working hard to support… our existing clients, as well as exciting start-up developers in the APAC region, as the demand for digital gaming continues to grow,” the release cited Ian Hughes, GLI chief commercial officer, as saying.
He stated: “While digital gaming may be new to some, GLI has been working in this space for more than 30 years.”
Mr Hughes added: “We are thrilled by the opportunity to assist with exciting new products,” and to help with “plans to enter existing and emerging jurisdictions”.
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”Our own consensus is that any newcomers to this [junket] sector should be corporatised, and should be financially sound and able to commit a higher guarantee deposit”
Kwok Chi Chung
President of junket trade body, the Macau Association of Gaming and Entertainment Promoters