Las Vegas – When the international gaming community convenes in Las Vegas for the annual Global Gaming Expo, Gaming Laboratories International will have an impressive presence, bringing its first-hand knowledge of and experience in more than 400 gaming jurisdictions around the world.
First, from its tradeshow booth #2633, GLI will have representatives from its global offices on hand discussing the importance of independent testing and potential regulatory impact of the new technology being displayed across the G2E show floor.
GLI will also have a presence on several key panels throughout the conference. GLI President and co-founder James R. Maida will speak on the panel „SAS at Sunset: The Next Big Thing“? at 8 a.m. on November 12. Maida will also moderate „Slots and Systems: From the Lab to the Floor“ on November 15 at 11:45 a.m.
GLI General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Kevin Mullally will speak on the panel „EMERGE: A new Standard for Responsible Gaming Education for Employees“ at 11:45 a.m. on November 13.
GLI™s Senior Director of Worldwide Marketing Christie Eickelman will moderate two panels November 14 on international marketing. The first, „Do Gaming Solutions Travel,“ takes place at 9:15 a.m.; the second, „Do Operating Models Travel“? takes place at 11:45 a.m.
Last, GLI Development Representative Mike Capen will speak on the panel „Linked Bingo: Bringing Us All Together“? on November 14 at 11:45 a.m.
Gaming Laboratories International operates nine fully accredited testing laboratories worldwide, in addition to fully accredited inspection bodies in America, Europe and Africa. GLI is the only independent testing laboratory of its kind to hold both U.S. and International accreditations for compliance with ISO 17025 and 17020 standards for technical competence in testing and inspection services.