Gaming Laboratories International LLC – also known as GLI – a United States-founded company that offers testing and assessment services to the gaming industry worldwide, says it has appointed Peter Wolff (pictured) as director of global technical compliance.
GLI issued on Monday a written statement outlining that Mr Wolff had started his career with the company in 2008 as a test engineer.
The company said that, in his new post, Mr Wolff would “concentrate on technological advances within the gaming industry to support regulators in jurisdictions around the world”, and provide guidance to the firm’s global engineering groups “on regulatory technical questions and issues to improve process efficiencies”.
Mr Wolff will additionally “play a key role in the company’s procedural and local-office government audits, including closely monitoring quality processes across all GLI domestic and international offices,” in order to ensure that GLI’s testing standards “are being applied and are constantly up to date,” the firm added.
Mr Wolff will also be in-charge of GLI’s educational and training division, GLI University, according to the release.
The statement noted that Mr Wolff currently oversees “focused teams of subject-matter experts” at GLI, working on a wide array of new technologies, from blockchain technology to skill-based gaming and artificial intelligence.
GLI said in July it had approximately 1,250 employees, working in 24 locations around the world. In Asia, GLI has offices in Macau and in Tokyo, Japan, according to its website.
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