NMi Gaming extends DGA testing

Gaming testing laboratory NMi Gaming has been granted an extension to the scope of its ISO 17025 accreditation to cover testing and certification of all elements of the new Danish Gambling Authority (DGA).

The DGA released the programme in the summer and the extension has been granted to NMi following an audit and review by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).

The programme becomes mandatory for any certification activities carried out from 1 January 2015.

"We are delighted to have been accredited in accordance with the revised certification framework from the Danish Gaming Authority,” said Andrew Rosewarne, NMi UK managing director. “We have been working with UKAS for several months to get to this point and I believe we are one of the first in the world to gain approval for the new standard.”

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