eCOGRA received a permit to operate in Connecticut

eCOGRA received permission to work in Connecticut

The gaming division of the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection has given the green light for eCOGRA to operate in the state. The independent testing lab is now certified in six U.S. jurisdictions.

The services eCOGRA will offer in Connecticut include software testing, GSC and cybersecurity assessments. The lab will also conduct regulatory compliance testing to help assess the fairness and safety of gaming platforms.

eCOGRA CEO Sean McCullaghan said, We are very pleased to expand services in the dynamic Connecticut market. Through independent testing, verification and certification, we are committed to creating a transparent and secure online entertainment ecosystem that benefits players, providers and operators.

The local iGaming market was legalized in 2021. eCOGRA is committed to using Connecticut certification to ensure fair and transparent gaming for both players and operators in the state. The lab also plans to help shape the gambling landscape in Connecticut by ensuring the highest standards of fairness and player protection. To that end, eCOGRA will partner with local vendors and operators.

Today, the independent lab is represented in 36 jurisdictions around the world. Its goal is to help customers comply with regulatory standards to provide players with a safe and reliable gaming environment.

eCOGRA Technical Director Bradley Khoury said, eCOGRA’s approval to provide services in Connecticut is a testament to the company’s experience, professionalism and unwavering dedication to the gambling industry. As the market leader in independent testing, inspection and certification, eCOGRA continues to stand for fairness, trust and accountability.

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