FSB’s Sports Betting App Gains GLI 33 Certification

FSB has announced that its sports betting app has been awarded Gaming Laboratories International GLI 33 certification, ahead of its imminent US debut.

Ahead of the supplier’s entry into the regulated US industry, the online casino and sports betting technology provider successfully completed pre-compliance testing of its products and services against the GLI 33 event wagering systems requirements.

Dave McDowell, CEO of FSB, said of the endorsement: “Gaining GLI 33 certification is another milestone for FSB. We see huge potential for our various products and services in the US and this certification gives us the platform to prove our technologies can meet the exact needs of operators and players across North America. It all points to an exciting 2021.”

The company, which is said to have found “tremendous opportunities” in the US, guarantees that its launch in North America is expected soon.

While not a substitute for the conditions that must be met in each regulated state, the criteria met by its latest approval ensure that platform providers meet the highest possible standards of integrity and help to speed up the approval process in each region that the company enters.

Bob Akeret, vice president of North American operations at FSB, added: “We are delighted to have received Gaming Laboratories International GLI 33 certification for our sportsbook platform, proving that we are meeting the highest integrity standards ahead of our debut in the US market.     

“Approval for our certification was quick and straight-forward and that’s a real testament to the technical capacity of our highly evolved platform.” 

Earlier this month, with the appointment of Ian Freeman as chief revenue officer, FSB strengthened its senior management ranks, where he will be responsible for designing and executing business-critical strategies and improving its sales and business development teams. He will be based out of the London office of the company and will report to McDowell directly.