Testing firm's very first contract in 1989 was with the South Dakota Lottery Commission

Gaming Laboratories International has been serving lottery regulators and suppliers since the company was founded, signing its first contract with the South Dakota Lottery Commission in 1989. Now GLI has joined the World Lottery Association as an affiliate member.

“The World Lottery Association lists as its core values responsibility, integrity, professionalism and integrity. Because of our high level of integrity and service, GLI has earned a global reputation among lottery regulators. Joining the World Lottery Association is a logical step for GLI because their core values closely reflect those of GLI,” said GLI Senior Director of Compliance Andy Comer.

Since its first client in 1989, GLI has grown continually and now serves regulators in more than 450 jurisdictions globally, including more than 65 lottery regulators. In September 2001, GLI created a testing standard for electronic bingo and keno systems. GLI has also been in the forefront in testing RNG software and hardware for ADM (Automated Drawing Machine) equipment for lotteries. In addition to in-lab testing, the bingo/keno standard GLI 15 can serve as a research and development resource for suppliers. All GLI Standards are available for free download at www.gaminglabs.com.