BMM Compliance is pleased to announce that it has been appointed as the primary service provider to the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC) for certification services of all of its gaming products. This agreement will create a partnership between the ALC and BMM through to the year 2016.
Martin Storm, Global President and CEO of BMM Compliance says of this new contractual relationship, “The four Atlantic provincial governments established the Atlantic Lottery for all Atlantic Canadians. BMM is delighted by its selection as ALC’s primary certification provider. Our acknowledged certification expertise in video lottery terminals and advanced technologies will enable us to support the ALC in its important expansion plans over the next five years….”
BMM Compliance has been servicing the Atlantic Lottery Corporation as a secondary provider for the last five years and is excited to have been awarded the primary service provider position. The decision was made based on a formal RFP which was reviewed by the ALC earlier this year.
Alaisdar Graham, Executive Vice-President, Operations with Atlantic Lottery says, “We are pleased to be working with BMM Compliance who will provide independent, unbiased evaluations related to the quality, security and integrity characteristics of selected products. We look forward to receiving their independent and unbiased consultations so that we can continue to offer our players safest products in a regulated environment.”
BMM is the longest established and most experienced private independent gaming certification lab in the world. It offers insight and engineering expertise within gaming certification including customized training and education for gaming compliance issues affecting manufacturers, operators and regulators in the gaming industry. BMM’s global compliance expertise and commitment to innovation and quality are the foundation of its growing client partnerships worldwide.
BMM is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, (USA), with offices in Lima,(Peru), Midrand (South Africa), Graz (Austria), Barcelona (Spain), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), Singapore, Macau and South Korea.