iTech Labs is a world leading testing and certification laboratory for Online Gaming systems, operating since 2004. The iTech Labs personnel are expertly trained and experienced, testing and test results are thoroughly carried out and documented, and customers receive project reports regularly.
In order to improve throughput and provide a bigger window of operating hours for our global customer base, iTech Labs is now testing from multiple locations, across Australia, Asia and Europe. Our list of clients currently include some of the largest companies in the online gaming industry from around the world.
At iTech Labs, we strive for a culture of continuous process improvement and high customer responsiveness. Testing is carried out according to the requirements of each gaming jurisdiction, as required. Where testing is required for multiple jurisdictions, a very efficient approach is applied, testing for incremental differences in requirements between jurisdictions. This saves you both time and money, while still maintaining the integrity of your testing and software quality. Our testing process is focused on the most important aspects of testing – compliance, software quality, thorough reporting and on-time delivery. With work delivered according to an agreed schedule that fits your project timeline, as well as fixed prices quoted up front, you can relax knowing you’re receiving the best service, for the best price. Having testing completed by iTech Labs not only ensures that your games and gaming systems comply with all relevant standards, but also that they are fair, reliable and resilient.
iTech Labs consultants have tested and certified almost all types of casino games on a wide range of online gaming platforms over the past 14+ years. Our Principal and Senior Consultants have combined experience of over 100 years in testing and certifying online gaming systems and games for customers worldwide. The iTech Labs staff have also been at the very forefront of the development of the Australian Internet Gaming Standards, which are now used by regulators worldwide.