eCogra has confirmed that online casino supplier Microgaming complies with eGAP Requirements for software providers of poker, casino and bingo software, and so have had their Certified Software Seal renewed.
Microgaming has a very sound reputation as a software provider and this has now been recognized as they have announced that they officially comply with the EGBA Standard’s for Software Providers of casino and poker software, as confirmed by eCOGRA’s Seals Compliance Committee.
eCOGRA, which stands for e-commerce and online gaming regulation and assurance, are based in London and are the internationally accredited player protection and standards organisation, as well as testing agency, that provide a framework on an international basis for the best practice requirements. Microgaming should be proud of their latest seal of approval as these are only awarded after a very thorough on-site inspection combined with annual reviews and continuous monitoring. Any players who see the Certified Software Seal can feel safe that the software provider offers an extremely high level of fair gaming and player protection.
Last year eCOGRA carried out more than 100 compliance reviews, part of which includes assessing each gaming transaction that takes place, which in turn helps to ensure that games operate in a fair and secure manner and gives players an extra degree of reassurance.