Gambling Talk | Women’s Only 먹튀사이트 Tournament In Vegas

 

There is nothing sinister in the fact that our first 41 Seal awards went to Microgaming powered 먹튀사이– these happened to be the first groups to apply and submit to inspection. Other casinos are currently undergoing the process, and yet others are about to start. By the end of this year there will be a significant number of Seal casinos available to players from different software providers.

Finally, much of the testing and monitoring is in the hands of a totally independent and completely professional third party – the internationally respected audit group PricewaterhouseCoopers.

MD: There is an obvious emphasis here on the respectability and credentials of the casinos, the Board and the auditing company. Why do you believe that will be sufficient to convince the players to believe in eCOGRA’s certification process?

♠ AB: An enormous amount of effort has gone into making sure that the best people and organizations suited to their respective functions are involved in eCOGRA. For example, the independent directors have each been carefully selected based on their integrity, industry experience and ability to remain independent. On top of this we’ve tried to create the right structure and constitution, which will enable these people to fulfill their responsibilities properly and achieve the organization’s objectives. We’re also keen to make ongoing improvements wherever these are identified.

This is the groundwork and the next step is to communicate to the players of the advantages of playing at eCOGRA approved casinos. Promotional activities and awareness campaigns are being planned, and I can assure you that there will be considerable future effort in this area.

MD: The eCOGRA site states that “eCOGRA advocates an ‘outcome-based verification’ approach” to verification which is quite unlike the source code testing commonly adopted by the land-based gaming industry. For the purposes of eCOGRA’s certification, why is the ‘outcome-based verification’ sufficient? Why has source code testing been omitted?

♠ AB: We don’t believe that outcome-based testing (TGTR) is merely ‘sufficient’ in the absence of source code testing, but rather it is a far superior means to verify the fairness of the software in an online gaming environment.

[In online gaming] the server does much more than house a random number generator. It has to link into a highly sophisticated transaction processor and controller that routes the millions of messages coming into the system each minute, providing each message with a response, creating complete records of all messages (in and out), while being able to provide summary information. All of this is done in real time. The design of these amazing servers is jealously guarded by software developers, who are constantly refining them to offer a better and faster experience for the end user, while increasing security and reducing maintenance costs. The server is the core competitive advantage for these companies. It is the culmination of the intellectual property that is their primary asset.

Much of the modern world, in both business and government, depends on the products of companies such as Microsoft, Oracle, Sun and SAP. Yet they do not supply their source code to their customers. Their products are assessed on the basis of their total performance, not on their source code.

By continually checking both the input and output of the system, it is perfectly feasible to test that the system is meeting the regulatory requirements while providing the operators and software developers with complete operational flexibility. By checking each and every transaction for its completeness, together with spot testing of transactions, it is possible to verify that all transactions are faithfully recorded.

By performing further analysis of the summary data and subjecting the vast amounts of data to rigorous statistical testing, one can further confirm the integrity of the random number generator in particular and of the system as a whole. After all, it’s the fairness of the final outcome that players, and the regulators who protect them, really care about.