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MONCTON, New Brunswick, Canada (July 19, 2016) – Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®) has recently made a commitment to furthering its role in ensuring the safety, security and integrity of the Canadian gaming industry by becoming the first Independent Test Lab (ITL) to join the Gaming Security Professionals of Canada (GSPC) association.


The GSPC is a not-for-profit organization that represents major gaming organizations from British Columbia to Nova Scotia. GSPC’s ordinance covers all gaming services, including casino gaming, lottery ticket systems, video lottery networks and Internet gaming. As a member of GSPC, GLI is directly connected to the Canadian community, which puts the company at the leading edge of industry developments, insights and experiences that can be incorporated into the services GLI offers to its clients.

GLI’s Director, Lottery and Gaming Practice Thomas Bierbach said, “We are excited to be a part of the GSPC, for the opportunity to exchange information, and share best practices within the Canadian gaming and lottery industry. Having worked with many of the individuals and organizations at the GSPC, we are looking to continue to learn, share and contribute GLI’s expertise in lottery and gaming security. Integrity, safety and security are values GLI shares and are the foundation of not only GLI’s lottery and security practices, but in all areas of the company.”

GLI has been supportive of the Canadian gaming industry since the company’s inception in 1989. GLI is honored to provide existing and emerging jurisdictions in all of the Canadian provinces with gaming testing and security assessment services.

About Gaming Laboratories International
Gaming Laboratories International, LLC delivers the highest quality land-based, lottery and iGaming testing and assessment services. GLI’s laboratory locations are found on six continents, and the company holds U.S. and international accreditations for compliance with ISO/IEC 17025, 17020, and 17065 standards for technical competence in the gaming, wagering and lottery industries. For more information, visit