EveryMatrix welcomes GLI audit as it looks to expand lottery footprint

By Dominic Marius-Markham

EveryMatrix has brought Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) on board to audit its technology platforms and operations.

As the B2B provider looks to increase its competitive edge in the arena of state lottery, GLI will conduct an assessment of EveryMatrix’s current policies and procedures to ensure compliance with World Lottery Association (WLA) standards.

GLI boasts more than 30 years of experience in the world of testing and certification, during which time it has certified more than 1.7 million items and consulted on and/or tested equipment for 480 jurisdictions. EveryMatrix is hoping to leverage GLI’s expertise to guarantee its integrity for prospective state lottery customers.

“We are excited about working with EveryMatrix in support of their business plans to continue to grow into the lottery market,” said Jakub Stefka, GLI Account Manager, EMEA.

“GLI is an associate member of the World Lottery Association with over three decades of experience working with lotteries around the world, so we have the knowledge and understanding required to carry out lottery audits in multiple jurisdictions.”

GLI will begin its work in Q4 2021 as part of a three-year cycle, wherein EveryMatrix will be audited against the World Lottery Association’s WLA-SCS:2020 standard, an in-depth security and integrity benchmark introduced last year for lottery and sports betting operators.

EveryMatrix CCO Stian Hornsletten added: “We welcome GLI’s audit since we are keen on further expanding our presence in the sector. Our platforms currently support billions of transactions for over 100 licenced operators, including existing WLA member lotteries.

“Certification to the WLA-SCS:2020 standard will prove that our technology and operations are among the best in the world and will provide the security and reliability demanded by the WLA market.”

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