Maxima Compliance has unveiled its newest programme, Maxima Quality Assurance, which seeks to help manufacturers reduce the possibility of software or compliance problems, as well as delays as games are approved.
The service includes a number of test scripts intended to ensure that a product enters the market without issues, as well as a completely working QA on games with the aim of ensuring no technical issues and full enforcement in target jurisdictions.
Streamline production process
The full-service compliance company also claims that the service helps entertainment studios to streamline their production processes to guarantee their products are ready for certification before they are submitted to a research centre.
Maxima Compliance’s COO, Francesco Bianchi, stated: “Unexpected issues that only arise when a game has been sent to the test lab can slow you down, be a major drain on resources, and ultimately hit your bottom line.
“By building your products alongside Maxima Quality Assurance, we can not only help you streamline processes, but also avoid nasty surprises further down the line.”
Maxima Quality Assurance is a global service that draws on Maxima Compliance’s experience in all regulated gaming markets and is available to service providers from all around the world.
Antonio Zanghi, CEO of Maxima Compliance said: “This is an exciting new step for Maxima Compliance, because it allows us to use our expertise to help partners optimise the roll out of games in jurisdictions all over the world.
“Developers have been demanding a service of this nature for some time, and Maxima Quality Assurance will change the way they bring games to market.”