Bet Booth, a software and technology company transforming the betting experience, announced its retail sports wagering platform and standalone self-service gaming kiosk achieved GLI-20 and GLI-33 certification from Gaming Laboratories International.
Bet Booth is the only betting kiosk on the market designed for casual recreational gamers in convenient, high-traffic locations. Bet Booth utilizes biometric identity verification and electronic payment options, enabling simple sign-ups and the ability to cash out immediately.
GLI is an internationally recognized independent testing laboratory that provides compliance testing, auditing, regulatory advisory and certification services for all forms of regulated gaming, including iGaming and sports betting. GLI certification enables Bet Booth to meet the compliance requirements of U.S. gaming regulators.
“I started the design of this kiosk almost five years ago with a drawing on the back of a napkin, so obtaining the GLI certification gives me a great sense of joy and accomplishment,” said Michael Orlando, CEO of Bet Booth. “This certification cements Bet Booth as a reliable, innovative technology supplier within the U.S. sports betting industry.”
Bet Booth enables users with government-issued identification to sign up in less than 30 seconds through its built-in biometric platform. The platform and kiosk meet or exceed all government mandates and ensure users are of sufficient age and other restrictions without the need for additional physical security measures or labor. Once users sign up at a kiosk, they will also be able to wager and fund their accounts through the Bet Booth web, iOS and Android applications.
“Our platform and kiosk were tested and reviewed against standards established by the global gaming jurisdiction, so this is an amazing achievement by our incredibly talented development team,” said Chris McGarrigle, CTO of Bet Booth. “Attaining GLI-20 and GLI-33 certification allows us to focus on our upcoming pilot programs and bring innovation to this market.”