NMi Approved to test i-Gaming in Madrid

NMi Approved to test i-Gaming in Madrid

Friday, July 13, 2012 Totally Gaming

NMi have received approval from the autonomous region of Madrid to test and approve all types of online games, including slots. The news comes shortly after the compliance testing and auditing services company gained approval to certify i-Gaming systems for the Spanish National Gambling Commission.  

"With 53 national operator licences having been issued, Madrid is proving an attractive proposition to those operators with a strong focus on reel based games who have not been able to offer them under the national licence" explained Giles Bones, NMi Gaming Manager for Spain. "The value of a Madrid licence is that national licencees can gain a foothold with the slot playing public by offering the full range of games available nationally, plus slots, to the substantial proportion of players residing in the autonomous region of Madrid."

The issue of this license for Madrid strengthens NMi’s commitment to the Spanish market where it is both accredited by the Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego to test and approve all i-­‐Gaming systems and game types for national licenses, and in most autonomous regions where NMi is also accredited for regional testing and approvals. Online gaming companies do not need to have a prior national license in order to apply for a regional license, although the scope of the license will be limited to players who are residents in the autonomous region of Madrid.

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