LOOT.BET Receives Technical Boost With GLI-19 Certification

Posted on August 4, 2022 - Last Updated on August 5, 2022

Following an already busy period for the platform, LOOT.BET has announced another milestone, having secured GLI-19 certification. In recent months, the LOOT.BET platform has been expanding rapidly, ever since the acquisition of LOOT.BET’s parent company by React Gaming, then known as Intema Solutions. With the GLI-19 certification, LOOT.BET is officially recognised as being compliant with the strict requirements of the ‘applicable technical standards’ that the betting industry demands.

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This is a landmark moment for LOOT.BET, giving the already popular platform a further boost in terms of legitimacy and in what it can offer other organisations. This certification is provided by Gaming Laboratories International, the leading provider of certification, assessment services, and independent testing for the gaming industry. In a nutshell, it’s a grading that backs up LOOT.BET’s technical ability as an operator in the space.

Making Good On The Deal

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As a part of the agreement with HHRP Inc., which opened the doors for LOOT.BET to operate in the Philippines, the GLI-19 certification had to be secured. It was a stipulation in the deal that was finalised in May of 2022, and in a relatively short period of time, LOOT.BET’s owners, React Gaming, have certainly ticked that box. In a statement, Leigh Hughes, the CEO of React Gaming, spoke positively of the certification:

This is great news for React Gaming, as the GLI-19 certification opens a lot of doors in the B2B market and will allow us to offer our LOOT.BET white-label solution in a large number of countries with significantly fewer regulatory constraints. The certification basically confirms to countries that require GLI-19 that the LOOT.BET platform works within established technical standards.

This was a pivotal part of the deal with HHRP Inc. as it essentially unlocks the ability for the Filipino firm to operate the white label solution in-country. This in itself is a huge step for LOOT.BET, as HHRP Inc. is one of just four firms currently holding an online gambling license in the Philippines. With a current population floating around 109 million people, this undoubtedly will open up a huge base of operations for both LOOT.BET and HHRP through the white label platform.

Trail Of Expansion

It was just recently that LOOT.BET acquired an Isle of Man gambling license, which was part of the original acquisition deal back in February of 2022. This is an extremely prestigious and sought-after license, which works hand-in-hand with the GLI-19 certification to fully prove how legitimate a platform LOOT.BET is.

If that wasn’t enough, we’re just weeks past a partnership between LOOT.BET and Oddin.gg, an industry-leading esports odds feed provider. Once upon a time, this was a fledgling platform, but today, LOOT.BET is dramatically popular, boasting more than 500,000 active users and a wide range of competitive markets and advanced features.

For users that would like to learn more about the platform, feel free to check out our comprehensive LOOT.BET review.

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