January 8, 2024 3 min read


GLI Secures Accreditation for Testing Labs in India and Canada

GLI said that these accreditations serve as a testament to the company’s ongoing commitment to the highest possible quality testing services

Gaming Laboratories International, a company committed to delivering the highest quality gaming testing and assessment services in the world, announced that it has secured accreditation for its testing laboratories in India and Canada.

According to the company’s announcement, the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) provided accreditation to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard (general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories) to the company’s laboratories in Noida, India, and Moncton, Canada.

GLI said that these accreditations serve as a testament to the company’s ongoing commitment to the highest possible quality testing services. The company added that the accreditations come amid its intense efforts to make sure that its global network of testing labs is compliant with all current ISO requirements.

GLI added that all of its labs across the world operate under the latest requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017. The company reiterated its desire to keep its testing services up to the highest standards.

Founded in 1989, GLI has certified almost 2 million items and has tested equipment for over 567 jurisdictions. The company boasts testing laboratories across six continents and is a holder of over 40 accreditations for compliance in gaming from various accreditation bodies worldwide.

An Important Milestone for GLI

Gaming Laboratories International’s chief operating officer for the EMEIA region, Devon Dalbock, commented on this latest development, saying that his team is thrilled to have secured accreditation for its lab in India.

Noida, India, is one of the newest labs in GLI’s global constellation, and we are thrilled for this lab to have achieved accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This is an important milestone for this location and for GLI.

Devon Dalbock, COO EMEIA, GLI

Meanwhile, GLI’s vice president of client services for North America, Salim L. Adatia, underscored the importance of the North American market. Adatia expressed the company’s excitement about the new accreditation in Canada, saying that it aligns with the company’s desire to better serve its NA clients.

GLI’s ability to offer the highest quality testing is crucial for our clients in North America and around the world, and we are very pleased that our Moncton, New Brunswick, lab has joined the growing list of GLI locations to attain this accreditation.

Salim L. Adatia, VP of client services NA, GLI

Speaking of GLI, a month ago the company selected Richard Howarth as its new chief business officer for the APAC region.


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