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BMM Testlabs is pleased to announce that it will be celebrating its 33rd anniversary on November 27, 2014. Martin Storm, BMM’s Global President and CEO discusses this significant milestone:

“Whilst we are only in the 11th month of 2014, BMM’s 33rd year of operations has seen another record year.

We have serviced some 300 gaming manufacturers worldwide; opened new labs in Vienna, Austria and Bologna, Italy; grown our Canadian business very significantly and grown all international business operations; expanded our free Tribal gaming education in the USA and lottery training in South America; achieved further ISO accreditations for our test-labs; released new software applications for use by regulators and manufacturers; expanded our infrastructure including lab space and hired key staff.

As our ‘not-for-profit’ commitment to community grows we announced BMM’s ‘Next Generation Initiative’ for Tribal charities and associations, and continued our support for Worldwide Orphans and their international children’s development programs.

We also announced Frank Fahrenkopf, former AGA President & CEO, as an Executive Director of the BMM parent company. It has been both a pleasure and an honor to work with such an exceptional industry leader as Frank. Our clients, industry regulators and our staff have benefited from the breadth of Frank’s knowledge and expertise throughout the year.

BMM may be approaching 33 years old, but our staff have literally thousands of years of experience in gaming testing and compliance. This experience, layered with professional services consulting, project management, exceptional service and industry innovation present BMM’s unique value proposition.

As we look forward to 2015, we continue to promote ‘choice’ and a free-market in the U.S when considering gaming-based goods and services. Competition ensures fair pricing and increased quality in the global gaming industry, so it’s time for the U.S gaming industry to experience the same benefits of real choice in gaming test labs, that the global gaming market has enjoyed for years.”