Gaming Testing Company Agrees To Settlement In Control Board Case
Gaming Laboratories International has agreed to pay $125,000 in a stipulated settlement signed in July with the Nevada Gaming Commission.
CDC Gaming Reports says the agreement covers a three-count complaint issued against GLI by the Gaming Control Board over testing and certification that the company performed on a product for Interblock.
The agreement makes GLI the first independent testing lab ever disciplined by Nevada gaming authorities.
They are one of two companies that tests and certifies gambling products and technology for casinos worldwide.