Gaming Laboratories International LLC (GLI) said it is expanding its operations in Australia, both in terms of staff and in clients served. The gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy added 18 new staff members to its three Australian labs over the past six months, it said in a statement.
“Regional jurisdictions are becoming more and more cognisant of the fact that both players and government regulators have high expectations when it comes to player fairness (game integrity), and that GLI strives to meet these expectations with due diligence,” GLI Australia chief operating officer Espee de Robillard said in the statement.
New Jersey-based GLI said the hiring of new staff is part of its global strategy of increasing staff to meet demand at each of its 21 locations. It has laboratories in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Europe, North America and South America.
The company has been operating in Australia for more than 20 years and serves regulatory clients and supplier customers throughout Australasia, New Zealand and the Western Pacific.
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