There are an estimated 50,000 to 75,000 gaming devices in operation in
Under the agreement, GLI and NYCE will work together to develop testing standards, create voluntary compliance to those standards and to encourage the Mexican government to adopt mandatory testing standards for gaming devices.
Further, GLI will use its extensive training services to assist NYCE in developing field inspection teams in
The cooperative agreement provides that NYCE will accept GLI test results and certifications for gaming devices and systems for use in
GLI President James R. Maida said, “The number of gaming devices in
NYCE President Claudio Bortoluz Orlandi said, “We believe that establishing a relationship with the world’s leading independent gaming testing laboratory will be very beneficial to helping establish important testing standards that will protect consumers and ensure the integrity of gaming in
Gaming Laboratories International operates nine fully accredited testing laboratories worldwide, in addition to fully accredited inspection bodies in
Mexico City-based NYCE is a non-profit corporation with a membership of 43 Mexican companies and verifies and certifies compliance of both Mexican Standards (technical regulations) and non-mandatory Mexican Standards for telecommunications, electronics and information technologies. NYCE also drafts and issues non-mandatory Mexican Standards in these areas and certifies quality systems based on ISO 9000, among other verifications and certifications, for many sectors. For more information, visit www.nyce.org.mx.