Independent testing laboratory eCOGRA Friday announced it is now authorized to offer its services in Connecticut. The authorization by the Connecticut State Department of Consumer Protection gives eCOGRA its sixth U.S. jurisdiction; the company now operates in 36 global jurisdictions.
“With our independent testing, inspection, and certification expertise, we aim to foster a transparent and secure online gambling ecosystem in Connecticut that benefits players, suppliers, and operators,” said eCOGRA CEO Shaun McCallaghan in a statement.
As in other jurisdictions, eCOGRA, based in Dublin, Ireland, will assess and validate the fairness and security of online-gaming platforms. Its services include software testing, RNG (random number generator) evaluations, cybersecurity assessments, and regulatory compliance reviews.
The company plans to forge partnerships with Connecticut-based gambling operators and software providers to help ensure integrity and player protection.
“eCOGRA’s authorization to provide services in Connecticut is a testament to the company’s expertise, professionalism, and dedication to the gambling industry,” said eCOGRA Chief Technology Officer Bradley Khoury. “As the market leader in independent testing, inspection, and certification, eCOGRA continues to champion fairness, trust, and accountability.”