Gibraltar-headquartered platform provider, Pragmatic Solutions, recently announced that it has been awarded GLI-19 certification from Gaming Laboratories International.
The accreditation further strengthens its position as a significant player within the iGaming platform sector.
According to a press release…
GLI-19 certification establishes the base standards for gaming devices and systems across various regulated markets such as Canada, the United States, and a range of European countries including the United Kingdom, Gibraltar and Malta.
Seal of approval:
Having received this certification from Gaming Laboratories International, the fully API-based, mobile-focused iGaming Platform Provider (PAM) has attained another industry seal of approval, one that bolsters its commitment to trustworthiness and quality, while at the same time reinforcing its regulated market approach.
Chief Product Officer for the company owned by the same investment group as leading multi-product content provider, Pragmatic Play, Valli Fragoso, said…
“We’re proud to have measured up against best industry practices and standards, and we look forward to the new opportunities that this certification affords us, both in terms of entering regulated jurisdictions, and in enhancing our reputation as a world-class iGaming platform provider.”
Pragmatic Solution’s technology has gone through rigorous testing against some of the most stringent integrity and compliance standards, and as a result, confidence in the platform is higher than its ever been. The company’s newly-awarded certification from Gaming Laboratories International is yet another indicator of its ongoing success.
The relatively new iGaming Platform provider’s three core strengths are:
- Technology built for the right purpose, right from the start.
- Exclusive focus on their core product.
- A long-term focused, business-oriented mindset.
After the first brands went live in 2016, Pragmatic Solutions has worked with a select group of operators to gradually improve and shape its platform. In the second half of 2017, the company felt it had reached the standards it was aiming for and early last year officially opened its doors and began accepting new clients.
Having grown significantly in a short period of time, the iGaming Platform is already accessible in multiple regulated markets and contains all necessary components to operate an online casino, ranging from cloud hosting and compliance to a comprehensive back office and cross-channel content. Benefits to customers include total control over the user experience of their casino, as well as an open, API-based integration system, which allows for the seamless addition of third-party services and content sources.
The company showcased its bespoke iGaming Platform at ICE London in February, providing the industry with a feature-packed product that’s both adaptable and scalable for online operations.