(PRESS RELEASE) -- R. Franco Technologies SLU, a company belonging to R. Franco Group, has secured a compliance Certificate for its IRIS Platform from Gaming Laboratories International for Puerto Rico Gaming Commission's Sports Wagering Rules and Regulations.
The certification underscores R. Franco Technologies’ commitment to maintaining the highest standards of regulatory requirements in the dynamic iGaming industry. By obtaining this certification, R. Franco Technologies demonstrates its dedication to providing secure, reliable, and fully compliant solutions for its clients and partners.
The IRIS platform, known for its cutting-edge technology and user-centric features, has undergone thorough testing and evaluation by GLI, a globally recognized authority in gaming testing and certification.
This accreditation, in addition to its GLI-33 v1.1 Event Wagering Systems certificate, not only validates the excellence of R. Franco's Technologies but also assures operators in Puerto Rico's sports betting market of the platform's readiness to meet the high standards of the Puerto Rico Gaming Commission.
Guillermo Ruipérez, Head of Business Development at R. Franco Digital said: "We are delighted to have received this compliance certificate from GLI for our IRIS platform.
"This achievement reaffirms our dedication to providing top-tier solutions that not only meet but exceed industry regulations. We are committed to supporting the growth of the gaming industry in Puerto Rico."
Karen Sierra-Hughes, Vice President Latin America, Caribbean at Gaming Laboratories International LLC, said: “We are excited about R. Franco Technologies' decision to enter the Puerto Rico market and congratulate them for becoming one of the first Ibero-American companies to achieve certification for the jurisdiction.
“One of our objectives in Spain is to support our clients in their expansion goals, and we are grateful for R. Franco Technologies trusting GLI for this important milestone as we look forward to continuing to support them across the globe.”