Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity Recognizes Two Industry Standards for Central Repository

The Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity (CSGI) is pleased to announce it has recognized two industry standards for inclusion within its centralized repository.

The CSGI is comprised of organizational and corporate gaming leaders who together, share a common voice on the recognition of standards that serve to protect the fairness, integrity, security and honesty of gaming. This recognition provides confidence that the standards contained within the CSGI repository have undergone a peer review and are recognized by the industry they serve. Recently accepted submissions include:

Submitted by North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries, in association with the National Council on Problem Gambling:

Submitted by Gaming Laboratories International, LLC:

The CSGI does not create standards or endorse the development of standards. The CSGI is currently accepting best practices and technical standards from around the global gaming industry. Interested entities should submit proposed standards electronically to CSGI at http://www.csgi.org. Once a standard, regulation or protocol is brought before the Committee, a call for recognition vote is taken. Upon recognition, the technical, regulatory standard or protocol will be placed into the CSGI repository.

CSGI Members include - North American State and Provincial Lotteries, North American Gaming Regulators Association, International Gaming Technology, The International Masters of Gaming Law, Central Account Management System, BMM Testlabs, Gaming Laboratories International, British Columbia Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, Pollard Banknote and Scientific Games.

Member Benefit - Participate on the CSGI and your organization will be part of a powerful voice on the recognition of standards used in the gaming industry. The CSGI is a standalone entity having no reporting obligation to any organization or industry association. As such, the CSGI is not an association, allowing neutrality for each participating entity to only represent its own association. CSGI is currently accepting new committee members and there is no cost to join. Charter agreement and member duties can be found at http://www.csgi.org.

Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity Recognizes Two Industry Standards for Central Repository

The Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity (CSGI) is pleased to announce it has recognized two industry standards for inclusion within its centralized repository.

The CSGI is comprised of organizational and corporate gaming leaders who together, share a common voice on the recognition of standards that serve to protect the fairness, integrity, security and honesty of gaming. This recognition provides confidence that the standards contained within the CSGI repository have undergone a peer review and are recognized by the industry they serve. Recently accepted submissions include:

Submitted by Gaming Laboratories International, LLC:

Submitted by North American State and Provincial Lotteries, in association with The Open Group:

The CSGI does not create standards or endorse the development of standards. The CSGI is currently accepting best practices and technical standards from around the global gaming industry. Interested entities should submit proposed standards electronically to CSGI at http://www.csgi.org. Once a standard, regulation or protocol is brought before the Committee, a call for recognition vote is taken. Upon recognition, the technical, regulatory standard or protocol will be placed into the CSGI repository.

CSGI Members include - North American State and Provincial Lotteries, North American Gaming Regulators Association, IGT, The International Masters of Gaming Law, Central Account Management System, BMM Testlabs, Gaming Laboratories International, British Columbia Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, Pollard Banknote and Scientific Games.

Member Benefit - Participate on the CSGI and your organization will be part of a powerful voice on the recognition of standards used in the gaming industry. The CSGI is a standalone entity having no reporting obligation to any organization or industry association. As such, the CSGI is not an association, allowing neutrality for each participating entity to only represent its own association. CSGI is currently accepting new committee members and there is no cost to join. Charter agreement and member duties can be found at http://csgi.org/charter.php.

Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity Recognizes Four Industry Standards for Central Repository

The Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity (CSGI) is pleased to announce it has recognized four industry standards for inclusion within its centralized repository.

The CSGI is comprised of organizational and corporate gaming leaders who together, share a common voice on the recognition of standards that serve to protect the fairness, integrity, security and honesty of gaming. This recognition provides confidence that the standards contained within the CSGI repository have undergone a peer review and are recognized by the industry they serve.

Recently accepted submissions include:

Submitted by the Institute of Internal Auditors:

Submitted by North American State and Provincial Lotteries, in conjunction with the World Lottery Association, The Open Group and QLot Consulting:

The CSGI does not create standards or endorse the development of standards. The CSGI is currently accepting best practices and technical standards from around the global gaming industry. Interested entities should submit proposed standards electronically to CSGI at http://www.csgi.org. Once a standard, regulation or protocol is brought before the Committee, a call for recognition vote is taken. Upon recognition, the technical, regulatory standard or protocol will be placed into the CSGI repository.

CSGI Members include – North American State and Provincial Lotteries, North American Gaming Regulators Association, IGT, The International Masters of Gaming Law, Central Account Management System, BMM Testlabs, Gaming Laboratories International, British Columbia Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, and Scientific Games.

Member Benefit – Participate on the CSGI and your organization will be part of a powerful voice on the recognition of standards used in the gaming industry. The CSGI is a standalone entity having no reporting obligation to any organization or industry association. As such, the CSGI is not an association, allowing neutrality for each participating entity to only represent its own association. CSGI is currently accepting new committee members and there is no cost to join. Charter agreement and member duties can be found [on this site]

Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity Now Accepting Submissions

The Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity (CSGI) is pleased to announce it is now accepting submissions for CSGI’s repository of technical, regulatory and protocol standards.

For the first time in the gaming industry, CSGI is generating a single web-based repository that will house recognized technical, regulatory and protocol standards, and other vital industry specific information. Accepted documents will serve the industry as the benchmark of leading-edge protection, across multiple jurisdictions and regulatory associations.

When an entity wishes to submit a standard for CSGI recognition, the entity will submit the proposed standard electronically to CSGI through the website. Once a standard, regulation or protocol is brought before the Committee, a call for recognition vote will be taken twice a year, once during the fall/winter and during the board meeting held in Las Vegas in the spring. Upon recognition, the recommended technical, regulatory standard or protocol will be placed into the CSGI repository.

The work that will be accomplished by the CSGI is vital, allowing those who have expertise in the development of standards, regulations and protocols an avenue to validate that their work is recognized by the industry we operate in. The CSGI repository also will enable regulators to keep pace with standards in addressing the rapid technology changes without becoming a barrier to the industry. In turn, this will begin to elevate commonality, best practice, expertise, due diligence and protection of our industry.

About the CSGI - The Committee for Securing Gaming Integrity (CSGI), through a common voice, will serve the fairness, integrity, security and honesty of gaming by the recognition of industry technical, regulatory and protocol standards. The CSGI provides a common recognition of regulatory standards and protocols within the industry.

CSGI Members include - North American State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL), North American Gaming Regulators Association (NAGRA), GTECH S.p.A, The International Masters of Gaming Law (IMGL), Central Account Management System (CAMS), BMM Testlabs, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and the British Columbia Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch.

Member Benefit - Participate on the CSGI and your organization will be part of a powerful voice on the recognition of standards used in the gaming industry, thereby making the industry safer and stronger. The CSGI is a standalone entity having no reporting obligation to any organization or industry association. As such, the CSGI will not be an association, allowing neutrality for each participating entity to only represent its own association. CSGI is currently accepting new committee chairs and there is no cost to join. Charter agreement and member duties can be found on the website: http://www.csgi.org.