Nine new members for GSA
International trade group the Gaming Standards Association (GSA) has announced the addition of nine new members from around the world.
Appolonia of France, Austrian firm DRGT Systems and Inspired Gaming Group from the UK have all joined as Silver Members.
Australian company Maxgaming, Ortiz Machine Company from Spain and Finland’s RAY have also joined the GSA as Silver Members.
In addition, China Lottery Online, US company Gamblit Gaming and Taiwan’s Jumbo Technology have also signed up as GSA Bronze Members.
Peter DeRaedt, GSA’s president, said the trade group was ‘excited’ to welcome the new members from across the globe.
“They speak to core of what GSA is all about – an association of companies who are diverse in mission and in location, who have come together for a common purpose: to collaborate on the creation of open standards that make the gaming industry better,” he added.