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Approved test houses

Test houses that are approved to test compliance against the Commission’s technical standards and equipment requirements are listed below.

The table below outlines the specific technical standards and/or requirements that each test house is approved to test compliance against.

See the full text of all the relevant standards/requirements

 
Test House (Trading Name)Website address Remote Technical Standards [1]Categories of gaming machines Requirements for bingo and casino equipment 

BMM Testlabs

South Africa

www.bmm.com yes all categories no
BMM Spain Testlabs www.bmm.com yes all categories yes
eCogra [2] www.ecogra.org yes none no
Enex TestLabs www.testlab.com.au yes none no
Gaming Associates www.associatesgroup.eu yes none no
Compliance Testing Laboratory [3] www.compliancetestinglab.com yes all categories yes
Gaming Laboratories International LLC www.gaminglabs.com yes all categories yes
GLI Europe BV
GLI Austria GmbH (formally SMI)
GLI Test Labs Canada ULC
iTech Labs www.itechlabs.com.au yes none no
NMi Certin BV www.nmi.nl/ yes all categories yes
NMi Metrology & Gaming Ltd www.nmi.uk.com
QALabs Pty Ltd qalab.com.au yes all categories (excluding compensated gaming machines) no
Quinel M. Ltd www.quinel.com.mt yes none no
Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology (SIQ) www.siq.si/ yes all categories no
SQS Group Ltd www.sqs.com yes none no
Trisigma B.V. www.trisigma.nl yes all categories

yes

[1] The Commission does not approve security audit firms to perform the security audit relating to relevant sections of BS ISO/IEC 27001. Licensees must satisfy themselves that the third party security auditor they intend to use is reputable, is suitably qualified to test compliance with BS ISO/IEC 27001and that the auditor is independent from the licensee.

[2] Previously trading as eGaming Compliance Services Ltd

[3] Gaming Associates trading as Compliance Testing Laboratory