rgentine game and platform developer Vibra Gaming announced on Thursday that it has recently received the approval of its RNG by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), international gaming, lottery, and gambling certification body.
It was a thorough and demanding process by the iGaming division, which is devoted to online gaming, the GLI lab focused on the RNG (Random Number Generator) of Vibra’s games. This is a key component that all games must have to ensure the unpredictability of results. The exhaustive analysis of the RNG guarantees that drawings are reliable for any platform.
This certification is a vital step for Vibra Gaming’s games to be made available for distribution by operators and in jurisdictions requiring this level of technical standards and compliance.
For example, the Lottery of the City of Buenos Aires (LotBA) has recently authorized operators to make use of the online gaming modality and Vibra has become the first Argentine content developer to be approved for online gaming thanks to this certificate obtained from GLI.
This also constitutes an important requirement to further apply for the certification of Malta (MGA- Malta Gaming Authority), a world leader in terms of iGaming regulation, which definitely opens the door to European markets.
“At Vibra we are very pleased. We are a new company, made up of professionals with more than a decade of experience in the industry. Our products are backed by all this expertise, and this certification proves it. It constitutes a crucial step for our growth and expansion into new markets,” said Ramiro Atucha, Vibra Gaming CEO, referring to this news for the Buenos Aires-located company.
“We are very grateful to Vibra Gaming for the trust they have placed in GLI for this important step toward their expansion in Latin America. The certification process led by Ramiro Atucha and Marcelo Blanco [Vibra Gaming CTO] was completed successfully and quickly, assuring the compliance with the requirements set forth by the Lottery of the City of Buenos Aires. We appreciate the energy devoted by Vibra Gaming to allocate its resources for the purpose of accessing the jurisdiction, thus supporting the development of this new online gaming industry, as well as the efforts being made by the regulator to start the operations at a short term,” said Karen Sierra-Hughes, GLI’s vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean.