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Pragmatic Solutions is granted GLI-19 certification

Leading iGaming platform (PAM) provider for regulated markets, Pragmatic Solutions is proud to announce its recent GLI-19 certification from Gaming Laboratories International, an accreditation that further solidifies its position as a key player in the iGaming platform sector.

As a set of common standards for the technical regulation of iGaming markets, GLI-19 certification covers best practice standards across a number of regulated markets such as the USA, Canada, and a range of countries across Europe, including United Kingdom, Malta and Gibraltar.

With this certification in place, Pragmatic’s flexible, scalable, and fully adaptable iGaming platform has attained yet another seal of approval from the industry, one that strengthens its commitment to quality and trustworthiness, while reinforcing its regulated market approach.

“We’re proud to have measured up against best industry practices and standards,” says Chief Product Officer, Valli Fragoso, “and we look forward to the new opportunities that this certification affords us, both in terms of entering regulated jurisdictions, and in enhancing our reputation as a world-class iGaming platform provider.”

With Pragmatic’s technology having been rigorously tested against some of the most stringent compliance and integrity standards, confidence in the platform is at an all-time high, its newly awarded GLI-19 certification being another indicator of its continued success.

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