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Net Entertainment receives double RNG “certification”


Saturday, May 21, 2005

Net Entertainment receives double RNG “certification”


Online casinos love their rubber stamps. The more logos and seals casinos carry on their homepages the happier they are. Most of them, sadly, are worthless: many RTGs still carry the "Safebet" logo, though "Safebet" was never anything more than a website owned by RTG themselves, and although RTG have long since abondoned the site, several RTGs still carry the "Safebet" stamp. Playtech casinos still carry the "OPA" logo, although the Online Players' Association is now nothing more than a one-man casino portal.

A recent trend is RNG certification: "the following stamp means that our casino deals a fair game", or something along those lines. This has little relevance to gamblers themselves, since we're in no way privvy to any of the processes that lead to the stamp, and as such we have no way of judging their worth.

There is only one relevant "seal": do the majority of players feel they are dealt a fair game?

That "seal" is worth ten times the combined weight of every certification logo invented in the ten years' history of the online gambling industry.


May 19, 2005

In a continuous effort to ensure compliance to the most rigorous standards, Net Entertainment has had its Random Number Generator (RNG) certified and approved by two independent certification bodies: Canada-based Technical Systems Testing (TST) and the Swedish National Laboratory of Forensic Science (SKL).

The results of both certifications confirm that the RNG used in the industry leading Net Entertainment gaming platform, Casino Module, adheres to the requirements of highly regulated jurisdictions and yields results that meet the strictest criteria for randomness.

Our clients have come to trust our solution as the most reliable and secure gaming platform on the market. This certification is a seal of credibility and fairness which extend to our clients, aiding them in their ambition to provide an exciting and trustworthy online gaming experience to their customers"; says Net Entertainment CEO Pontus Lindwall.

Net Entertainment is a leading supplier of Online Casino Software. Over 30 renowned online gaming operators have chosen the Net Entertainment casino solution and growth in no. of new licensees during 2004 surpasses that of any of our competitors.

Net Entertainment is the Internet gaming division of Cherry, a company with more than 40 years of experience from land based gambling. Cherry is listed on the Swedish Stock Exchange and have more than 350 land based casino licenses and over 800 employees.


Source: Kaleici leisure



3 Previous Comments


I do not think TST or the Swedish Laboratories are on the same level as SafeBet. SB was clearly a portal operated by the software company, whereas these two compliance businesses are independant of the online casinos they certify. In fact, most of their clients come from the world of land-based gaming, and internet sites are a small portion of their portfolio.

The problem comes when these compliance certificates are presented as proof that a casino is fair. All they really prove is that the copy of the software they submitted is fair, but that does not mean it is the same software being used. Until an iGaming jurisdiction steps up to the plate and implements actual control-based safeguards, there is no way for anyone to say with absolute certainty that any internet casino is fair. That's not to say that they are unfair, just that there is no way for us to know.

By Anonymous Jerry Garner, at 7:34 am  


Absolutely.

Safebet was not intended as comparable to TST, morally or otherwise, simply an example of a well known casino certificaton logo. The OPA on the other hand was once highly regarded: how is one to know that these days it's nothing more than a One Man Band casino portal, reduced to such as a direct result of its undisclosed financial ties with Playtech, the very sofware brand it claims to "verify"? In fact, how is one to know the same about Safebet?

Only a player in the know can be aware of such things, and yet these stamps still exist on Playtech and RTG casino sites, as ostensible proof of a fair game

I agree entirely that, while it may be the case that the testing entity is reputable, the product tested may be distinct from the product delivered to the gambler.

Remember the Casino Bar experiment? When Michael Shakleford retested the software, at the behest of the casino, he received a fair game. Then, cynic that he (fortunately) was, he retested a second time, but from another person's account, and voilà! - the same cheating game.

Somehow, they'd engineered a fair game to his account.

Until both 1) all aspects of the testing are beyond reproach and 2) the tested version is guaranteed identical to the version delivered to the player, these supposed compliance certificates have marketing value to the casinos, but are irrelevant to the gambler.

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