Parimatch Tech has achieved the highly sought-after B2B certification from Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) for sports and casinos, adding another competitive market to its growing global reach.
With the GLI19 and GLI33 certifications, Parimatch Tech has secured permission to offer its products and services to operators in the fast-expanding markets. In-house developed by Parimatch Tech, casino platform EVA is used for services which provide games providers aggregation platform, seamless casino wallet with bonuses and tournaments-related services.
Parimatch Tech will deliver its sportsbook and casino products to partnership operators according to the recently announced business model diversification. The new approach includes a complete betting coverage of 33 sports, more than 10 000 pre-match and 50 000 monthly live events across several markets. In the casino, players can expect a huge game portfolio of over 10 000 games from 200+ providers, including industry leaders, and personalisation features such as geolocation and personal favourites. All personalisation features are integrated with intelligent gamification tools like multiplayer tournaments, missions, badges and more.
Gaming Laboratories International is a team of professionals that apart every detail of your software and hardware, so their certifications are rightfully considered a quality mark in the industry. Obtaining GLI19 and GLI33 certifications underlines the quality of our products developed for the global expansion of the Parimatch brand. We are longingly expecting exciting opportunities for further development.
It was great to support the Parimatch Tech team during this journey and to assist them throughout their certification process. Adopting GLI standards will allow Yuri and the Parimatch Tech team to navigate easily into new markets. We are happy for Parimatch Tech and excited to continue this productive relationship.
Parimatch Tech emphasises that in sync with the necessary benchmark certifications, the company follows a security strategy to prevent risks associated with access, data security, product security, network security, employee security and supply chain threats. The company's IT security strategy includes in-depth knowledge of fraud and threat actor approaches, the best security practices, and data protection trends to ensure the safety of customers and businesses from cyberattacks.