GLiCloud – a digital management and tracking system that allows casino operators and regulators to make instant compliance checks on casino floor software and other technology – now has more than 100,000 games linked to it. So says gaming equipment testing specialist Gaming Laboratories International LLC (GLI).
“In conversations with operators and regulators, one request kept arising: they needed a more accurate, more cost-effective way to manage their casino floor inventory,” said David Elmore, the project’s leader, explaining how GLiCloud came into being.
“It is field-proven to save time, save money, increase compliance and eliminate human error,” added Mr Elmore.
GLiCloud is currently used by 52 clients at 116 locations, said GLI.
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