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Elys Game Technology receives certification from GLI

Elys Game Technology has received a certification from Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) for certain policies concerning its sports betting solution.

The company, headquartered in New York, has been certified by GLI for the “product development and change management policies and procedures” on the Elys Gameboard sports wagering technology.

“We are proud to have achieved the highest standards of compliance in regard to our product development and change management policies and procedures,” commented Elys’ Executive Chairman Michele Ciavarella.

“This key control procedure is another step we have taken to become a reliable, leading provider of sports wagering technology for US operators.”

GLI was engaged to carry out an audit of the change control documents for Elys’ sportsbook platform, in accordance with policies adopted by Washington DC’s Gaming Control Board.

This audit was intended to “assess the accuracy, completeness and adherence to change management programme policies.”

Accordingly, Elys said GLI performed a “detailed review” of the company’s change management programme to ensure all information under review was properly documented in line with Washington DC requirements.

Ciavarella added: “We continue to appreciate the dedicated work of our world-class engineering team and the vote of confidence from GLI which further validates the quality of our gaming technology as we continue our North American expansion strategy.”

Regarding Elys’ North American footprint, the company recently extended its existing sportsbook partnership with New Mexico’s Isleta Resort and Casino.

Prior to this, the company agreed a similar extension with the Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel, a property also in New Mexico.

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