The Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) has formally adopted 11 GLI Technical Standards.
Specifically the PRTC has adopted the following GLI standards: GLI-11 “Gaming Devices in Casinos” (v2.0), GLI-12 “Progressive Gaming Devices in Casinos”, GLI-13 “Online Monitoring & Control Systems”, GLI-15 “Electronic Bingo & Keno Systems”, GLI-17 “Bonusing Systems in Casinos”, GLI-18 “Promotional Systems in Casinos”, GLI-20 “Kiosks”, GLI-21 “Client-Server Systems”,GLI-25 “Dealer-Controlled Electronic Table Game Systems”, GLI-26 “Wireless Gaming Systems”, GLI-28 “Player User Interface Systems.”
After adoption, the standards will be known as the PRTC Gaming Technical Standards.
The standards are part of the GLI Standards Series, which are available for free download on GLI’s website, www.gaminglabs.com.
“We developed the GLI Standards Series to help regulators, suppliers and operators improve compatibility, interoperability, simplification of product development, and reduce time to market. In jurisdictions worldwide, we have seen the success of the GLI Standards Series, and we are very pleased that the PRTC has now formally adopted these standards in this vibrant jurisdiction,” said GLI Director of Latin American Development Karen Sierra-Hughes.
GLI has been serving Puerto Rico for more than 10 years and recently completed a jurisdiction-wide inspection of all gaming devices and systems in Puerto Rico. The 12-week inspection covered 23 casinos and 7,690 gaming devices.