BMM Testlabs, the world’s original gaming test laboratory and consultant for product compliance, is pleased to announce the official launch of a new virtual experience coinciding with the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) on bmm.com/one2one.
Visitors to bmm.com/one2one will now be able to digitally experience BMM and have on-demand access to all of the webinars broadcast during BMM’s One2One G2E webinar programme in early October. Fifteen manufacturers, including Scientific Games, IGT, Aristocrat and Interblock, to name but a few, took part in the series. Digital experience audiences will be able to watch all presentations at their leisure and obtain in-depth updates on the goods of partners, insights into their post-COVID recovery plan and new strategies for technology.
BMM’s CEO, Martin Storm, commented: “Undoubtedly, 2020 has been very challenging, both professionally and personally for most people, but I am incredibly proud that BMM has not just adapted to the changes we have had to make but embraced them. We have continued to provide all our stakeholders with committed support; our customers with our renowned services; have provided a constant stream of news and views through our webinar series; and we have now added this incredible virtual experience for our customers.”
BMM’s CTO, Travis Foley, commented: “Over the past few months, BMM has been diligently working on providing new and unique opportunities to connect and engage with industry partners across the globe. Although we could not be together in-person for G2E this year, BMM remains steadfast in our commitment to creating, establishing, and setting the gold standard for gaming lab excellence across the industry.”
Concluded Storm: “BMM’s webinar series and One2One webinar event have enjoyed unprecedented success. In a world where travel has become impractical, BMM’s webinar series and remote technology continues to provide regular, relevant updates and insightful commentary online. We will continue to provide that advice and knowledge lifeline as the world continues to fight COVID-19.”