Instant Win Gaming (IWG) has announced the completion of NMi’s certification of their Remote Gaming Server, which will support their entry into new Lottery jurisdictions.
This is an important milestone for London-based IWG, who provide a full service for lotteries; from strategy and consultancy to design and build. They have over ten years of experience making bestselling, high quality instants, as well as the application of strategic know how to make them work to their customer’s best advantage.
Simon Bucknall, COO of IWG said: “We have been working with NMi on a number of new projects to extend our substantial range of over 250 games, which are performing consistently at the highest level. Our focus is on delivering end-to end solutions, so we knew we needed an experienced lab that could keep up with our game development roadmap and developing systems portfolio. NMi are a market leader with an excellent reputation, and ensuring that operators and players have confidence in our products was a top priority for us. NMi’s experience, flexibility and quality of service has meant that we have been able to complete our first remote game server integration with a US lottery operator through a deal with Michigan Lottery; adding to our services to lotteries in Canada and Europe.”
Julian Borg-Barthet, senior business development manager, NMi: “We are delighted to work with Instant Win Gaming. Partnering with NMi means that IWG receive the best quality of service, with the capacity to get the job done, to the timescales needed to meet their needs in existing and new jurisdictions. This gets them to where they need to be when they need to be there – across the world.”
NMi has over 40 years of experience in the gaming industry, and as the world’s leading testing laboratory for online gaming, lottery certification and IT security services, NMi work with some of the biggest companies in the gaming industry. With operations in the UK, Canada, Italy, The Netherlands, Malta and Spain, NMi support clients across the world to achieve their compliance testing requirements in all major jurisdictions.