BMM Testlabs Set to Make A Difference at Indian Gaming 2014
The following is from a news release provided by BMM Testlabs on May 8, 2014
BMM Testlabs, the world’s leading gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy is pleased to announce the launch of the “Next Generation Initiative” at the upcoming Indian Gaming 2014 Tradeshow & Convention on May 11-14 in San Diego.
BMM’s Next Generation Initiative provides access to financial and educational resources, helping to secure the success of Tribal communities, their future Tribal leaders and the protection of Tribal sovereignty for today, and tomorrow’s generations.
Jodi Dilascio, BMM’s Director of Tribal Gaming stated “BMM is committed to making a positive difference to Tribal communities facing challenges in education, poverty and unemployment, and the Next Generation Initiative will help us reach this goal. We are very excited to be able to present Aaron Leaureaux, Youth Council from UNITY, Novalie McDarment, Commissioner of Tule River Gaming Commission and Jamie Hummingbird, Director of Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission representing NTGC/R’s Scholarship Committee, each with a check donation at this year’s Indian Gaming show. BMM is honored to be able to give back and support these worthy organizations.”
Travis Foley, EVP Operations – Americas added, “BMM continues to be engaged with and prepared to support the Tribal market in North America. This is a very exciting time for BMM to show Tribal Communities our gratitude and commitment.”
BMM will be making check presentations on Tuesday May 13th, at Indian Gaming 2014:
* Presentation to UNITY during the Tribal Leader’s Reception on the trade show floor at 11am
* Presentation to NTGC/R’s Scholarship Committee at BMM’s booth, #1609 at 12 noon
Please also visit BMM’s booth to receive your free copy of BMM’s latest Tribal poster, signed by renowned Tribal artist Lisa Schneider
BMM’s Next Generation Initiative – Making a difference to tomorrow’s tribal communities – today.
UNITY – UNITY’s mission is to “foster the spiritual, mental, physical and social development of American Indian and Alaska Native Youth, and to help build a strong, unified and self-reliant Native America through involvement of its youth.”
National Tribal Gaming Commissioners/Regulators – NTGC/R’s mission is to promote cooperative relationships, exchange of thoughts, and education amongst the Commissioners/Regulators of Tribal gaming enterprises and other organizations, nationwide.
BMM is the longest established and most experienced private independent gaming certification lab in the world, providing professional technical and regulatory compliance services to the gaming industry since 1981.
At its core, BMM is a systems-expert company that has provided consulting for and tested many of the largest gaming networks and systems over the last 30 years. In addition BMM has been successfully testing and certifying the full scope of Class III casino products for over two decades.
BMM authored the first set of independent gaming standards in 1992 and the first set of online gaming standards in 2001.
BMM employs over 200 people in 13 countries and operates 11 gaming labs. BMM serves over 400 jurisdictions.
BMM’s world headquarters are in Las Vegas (USA), with offices in Mexico City (Mexico), Lima (Peru), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), Singapore, Macau (SAR, China), Busan (South Korea), Moncton (Canada), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Barcelona (Spain), Graz (Austria), Rome (Italy) and Midrand (South Africa).