Novomatic passed G4 international certification
CompanyNovomatic passed G4 international standard certification. 11 departments of the company voluntarily passed the test. Among them are Novomatic AG, gambling developer Greentube, land-based casino operator Admiral and eight other branches in Austria, Germany, the UK and the Netherlands.
Global Gambling Guidance Group (G4) is an international standard for responsible gambling that is coming out far beyond legal requirements. The certificate has been issued since 2003 by experts in the field of prevention of gambling addiction after an audit of approximately 100 criteria.
In particular, the presence of self-restriction functions in the company's products, blocking access for underage users, action within the codes of professional communities, etc. is evaluated. Accreditation is issued for a period of two years, after which it is necessary to re-verify.
In addition to Novomatic, companies already certified according to G4 standardsBetsson Group,IGT,Merkur Interactive Services and others.
“I am delighted that Novomatic and its subsidiaries have received G4 certification in just one year. The company differs in that it not only announces the protection of its players, but also conducts external audits in accordance with strict criteria,” said Inze Remmers, chief auditor of Global Gambling Guidance Group.
Novomatic is one of the largest developers and gambling publishers. The company was founded in 1980 and produces slot machines for land-based and online casinos. Now the concern employs about 30 thousand employees in 50 countries of the world. The turnover of funds for the last year amounted to 5 billion euros.