BMM Testlabs Receives Prequalification to Provide Gaming Product Inspection and Testing Services in Uganda

BMM Testlabs, the world's best gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, is pleased to announce that it has been prequalified to provide gaming product inspection and testing laboratory services in Uganda.

BMM is now ready to provide services directly for the Uganda gambling market including, casino product inspections and compliance testing of slot machines, casino gaming systems, lotteries, sportsbettings and more.

VP Operations and Sales, South Africa Zeena Rossouw stated, "BMM met all of the administrative, legal and technical criteria required by Uganda and we are pleased to have received their authorization. We would like to thank all of the professional staff at the Uganda Gaming Board for their diligence and support during the process."

EVP and General Manager, Australia, Asia Pacific and Africa Kirk White added, "BMM is dedicated to the growth of the gaming industry in Africa and the Uganda prequalification confirms BMM's support to the African gambling market. BMM will continue to work alongside the regulators of Uganda and plans to offer compliance training and education to the country's gambling industry. Being prequalified to provide independent testing laboratory services to Uganda is a great recognition of BMM's value to the region and we look forward to continuing to provide our world-class customer service and high-quality testing within Uganda and Africa."

For further information on casino product inspections or product certifications, please contact Zeena Rossouw: cell: (+27) 82 411 7033 or [email protected]   

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