iGaming Audits - third party auditing companies https://uscarchitecture.com Fri, 08 May 2023 13:09:53 +0200 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb Price-Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/206-price-waterhouse-coopers-pwc https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/206-price-waterhouse-coopers-pwc Price-Waterhouse Coopers (PWC)


PWC audits online gaming establishments, however this part of the firm’s activity is hardly mentioned on their website. They indicate, that „It is essential for new gaming jurisdictions to establish thorough regulatory frameworks.” Indeed, PWC works for some newly opened jurisdictions, but they also make some work for individual casinos. PWC’s work is econometric and statistical consulting.


More info: http://www.pwc.com


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 16:08:12 +0200
KPMG https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/205-kpmg https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/205-kpmg KPMG


KPMG works with eCOGRA in their Total Gaming Transaction Review, where KPMG performs annual quality assurance reviews.In UK they also developed business counseling to the gaming industry.


More info: http://www.kpmg.com


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 16:06:36 +0200
eCOGRA https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/204-ecogra https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/204-ecogra eCOGRA


eCOGRA stands for eCommerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance. This independent and non-profit organization was founded in 2003 and its objective is setting operating standards and criteria for online gambling establishments. eCOGRA monitors and audits sites of member companies. Some of them are granted with eCOGRA certification, which they usually display on the website. (“play it safe” logo). In order to get this certification, casino has to satisfy each of the 100 or more criteria. Some of the reputable and long-standing sites have chosen not to seek certification, but many have. eCOGRA's Fairness Certificates on a gaming site mean: monthly reports of payout percentages for slots, table games, poker games and all other games; monthly poker card-shuffling reports; and twice-yearly RNG reports for blackjack, roulette and video poker. eCOGRA also intermediates disputes between customers and sites, resolving issues quickly (2 days or less).


More info: http://www.ecogra.org


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 16:04:42 +0200
Association of Professional Casino Webmasters https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/203-association-of-professional-casino-webmasters https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/203-association-of-professional-casino-webmasters Association of Professional Casino Webmasters


The organization is concerned with the well-being of the online casino webmaster. it provides webmasters with standards and procedures for software downloads & installations, deposits and withdrawal methods, interactive game play, customer service responsiveness, bonus awards, and how web site affiliates are functioning. Hence the website membership in ACPW is an evidence of trying to meet some of the industry standard for procedures and the treatment of customers.


More info: http://www.apcw.org/


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 16:03:56 +0200
The Online Gaming Alliance (OGA) https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/202-the-online-gaming-alliance-oga https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/202-the-online-gaming-alliance-oga The Online Gaming Alliance (OGA)


OGA is more like a users group, since it allows only websites using Grand Virtual software to be a member of it. However, OGA publishes “Code of Conduct”, “Ethical Principles” and guidelines for website producers, but there is no enforcing of these norms. When a website has OGA logo displayed, it simply means that it embraces OGA’s principles. The Alliance does not conduct audit, but it reviews its members’ websites periodically, to ensure that they are not connected with the OGA “banned groups.” These groups contain websites that seek to advance child pornography, gaming by minors, violence, hatred, organizes crime, terrorism, drug use, or Internet fraud. Also the public can complaint about one of the members via service provided on OGA’s website.


More info: http://www.gamingalliance.org/


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 16:02:43 +0200
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/201-technical-services-testing-tst https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/201-technical-services-testing-tst Gaming Laboratories International (GLI)


GLI conducts reviews focusing on both fairness and reliability. It includes technical questions, such as security, procedures, the RNG, and the operating environment of the online gambling site. What GLI is interested in is the operation of the software and not customer service nor financial auditing, and many of its clients are governmental bodies.


More info: http://www.gaminglabs.com/


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 15:57:39 +0200
Certified Fair Gambling (CFG) https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/200-certified-fair-gambling-cfg https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/200-certified-fair-gambling-cfg Certified Fair Gambling (CFG)


Provides online service of the gaming logs to online casinos analysis. Casinos get CFG “Certified Fair” if the analysis not arouses any worrisome from the point of view of fairness, security or consistency. CFG focuses on RNG (random number generator) and on the RTP (return to player) calculations.


More info: http://www.certifiedfairgambling.com/


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 15:56:30 +0200
BMM Compliance https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/199-bmm-compliance https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/199-bmm-compliance BMM Compliance


Performs technical services and support and testing, assurance, and certification of gaming devices, software and procedures. In their competence lies technical investigations for operators and regulators, which include testing and certification of RNG, shuffle results, and other iGaming devices. They cooperate with nearly 300 jurisdictions from all over the world and apart from the activity mentioned, they also provide consulting and compliance management to iGaming companies


More info: http://www.bmm.com/


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 15:55:36 +0200
Gaming Associates https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/198-gaming-associates https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/198-gaming-associates Gaming Associates


GA brings together gaming industry expert who provide investigative research and advice to regulators, acting in a rule-making capacity and functioning as a quasi-judicial forum (mainly disciplinary disputes). They are accredited testing facility and furnish independent and impartial testing, consultation, and certification, involving the operational integrity of software and procedures employed by gaming web sites.


More info: http://www.gamingassociates.com


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 15:54:27 +0200
iTech Labs https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/197-itech https://uscarchitecture.com/gambling-directory/igaming-audits/item/197-itech iTech Labs


iTech performs monthly audits concerning RNG of a website’s software system and RTP (i.e. payout and oayout percentage). Audit results are published on the gaming establishment’s website. iTech uses game logs (examined for “sanity” and internal consistency) to calculate and report the ratio of the total amount won to the total amount bet in each of the game categories. They do not perform controls, on-site audit of procedures, nor they examine or evaluate the financial accounting records.


More info: http://www.itechlabs.com.au/


[email protected] (CasinoOnlineRating Team) iGaming Audits Mon, 17 Sep 2022 15:50:52 +0200