FSB, provider of sports betting and iGaming platforms, has announced that it has secured Gaming Laboratories International GLI 33 certification for its sports betting offering ahead of its planned entry into the US betting market.
Having achieved GLI 33 certification means that FSB’s products meet GLI 33 Event Wagering Systems standards.
While the platform provider has yet to ensure that their betting solutions meet the requirements in each individual state they want to introduce them to, GLI certification means these products meet the highest integrity standards and will help FSB speed up the approval process. legislation in every state of your interest.
FSB CEO Dave McDowell said achieving GLI 33 certification was another milestone for his company. He added that they see tremendous potential for their solutions and services in the fast-growing US regulated markets and this recent certification offers them the platform “to demonstrate that our technologies can meet the specific needs of operators and players across the board. North America “.
FSB announced plans to venture into the US market earlier this year after a turbulent 2019 . Last year, the UK subsidiary of FSB Technology (UK) Limited faced a license review after voluntarily shutting down operations on Blackbet, its UK-facing white label brand. Another FSB-powered British brand, Black Type, went into administration earlier this year.
Quick and direct approval
Regarding their GLI 33 certification, Bob Akeret, vice president of operations in North America for FSB, said he was delighted to have achieved that certification for their sports betting platform and that it shows that they are meeting “the highest standards of integrity ” prior to their US market debut.
Mr. Akeret then stated that the approval for their certification was “quick and straightforward” and that this is a true demonstration of the “technical capability of our highly evolved platform”.
Mr. Akeret was appointed late last month to lead FSB’s US expansion effort. He came from Resorts Digital Gaming, an established online gaming operator based in New Jersey, where he was Director of Operations and Customer Experience. During his time with that operator, Mr. Akeret launched his first digital and retail sports betting businesses in New Jersey , as well as an FSB-powered fantasy sports website.
His role at FSB includes fine-tuning the technology provider’s platform and product and service offering for the North American market and assisting the company’s business development team in localizing its retail and online sports betting technologies.
Mr. Akeret is at FSB’s New Jersey office reporting directly to the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Glenn Elliott.