Gaming systems compliance testing house NMi Gaming has received accreditation as a testing facility by the Gaming, Policy, and Enforcement Branch of Canadian province British Columbia.
The Gaming Policy and Enforcement regulates all gaming in British Columbia, including regulatory oversight of the British Columbia Lottery Corporation, the province’s horse race industry and licensed gaming events.
The accreditation allows NMi to approve all categories of online and land-based gaming for use in the province.
NMi Gaming director Andrew Rosewarne said: “NMi are pleased and proud to be able to offer testing in British Columbia. The accreditation follows an extensive audit by GPEB spanning several months to establish the suitability of our people and systems, and we are pleased to be one of the few gaming labs able to operate at this level.
“The standards demanded by GPEB are second to none and this confirms NMi's capability to provide testing in any market in the world.”
NMi said that the accreditation complements the company’s ability to provide testing and auditing to all the regulated jurisdictions of Europe and proves the company's commitment to providing full coverage of highly regulated markets to their customers.
It follows the opening of the company’s first North American office in Vancouver last month.