GLI expands EMEA staff due to growing customer demand

One of the recent projects appointed to the EMEA division of the gaming laboratory was from the Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board of Uganda last month, to develeop new technical standards. GLI EMEA is currently seeking 21 additional engineers to join the team.

Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has expanded its team in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) in response to growing customer demand around the globe. The company has added nearly 70 new test engineers, mathematicians, computer support specialists, data entry operators, and document specialists to their teams in the Netherlands, South Africa, Italy, Spain, the UK, and Austria to support the EMEA and global gaming industry.

Last month, GLI announced it had been appointed by the Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board of Uganda to support them in developing new technical standards for the gaming industry in the country. The appointment is one of several new projects the EMEA team is working on.

Managing Director for GLI EMEA Martin Britton, commented:

“The impact of Covid-19 on the economy and on employment has been significant across the globe with millions of people losing their jobs. We are really pleased that we have been able to provide employment opportunities to these talented people and at the same time ensure we have the team in place ready to support our customers when they need us.”

“The growth in the EMEA team has been driven by global uptake in online gaming and sports betting. The nature of our business means that we can test in any office location for almost any jurisdiction. That means we can hire the best talent in EMEA, and they can work on global GLI projects anywhere the demand is. It’s about having the right people with the right skills to support our customers and meet their demands no matter where in the world they are based,”  – he concluded.

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