eCOGRA Makes Fairness Testing of Online Casinos Available

10 May 2007

eCommerce and Online Gambling Regulation and Assurance group has been working to produce a stringent fairness testing of online casino and poker sites and announced it is now available to operators wishing to validate their site. The testing and certification process includes monthly poker card shuffling reviews and payout percentage reports on all games as well as bi-annual reports on blackjack, video poker and roulette.

Over 130 top online casinos and poker rooms are expected to make these reports available via their websites. Andrew Beveridge, the CEO of eCOGRA said. “These dedicated resources will allow us greater flexibility to meet the dynamic demands of the industry, but more importantly the requirement for safe and fair gaming from the player community.”

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