Gaming software certification is a mandatory requirement for any gaming license. Regardless of whether you took the games from a game provider (game provider) or developed it yourself, you will be asked for a document or certificate confirming that your games have a correctly configured random number generator.
This certification is called RNG (Random Number Generator) and consists of a series of tests on your source code.
Correct operation of the random number generator ensures that cards, dice numbers, slot symbols, jackpot riggers and other game elements are statistically random and unpredictable. A properly working random number generator gives players confidence in the gaming system and insures against unfounded player complaints, furthermore as a rule it is required by regulatory authorities all around the globe.
What does testing the random number generator source code consist of?
- Determination of the random number generator algorithm and testing of known weak points;
- Checking the internal state of the random number generator;
- Verification that the implementation of the random number generator meets the requirements of unpredictability and non-repeatability;
- Checking the use of random numbers, including scaling and shuffling;
- Compiling RNG code (after fixing all code issues).
- Our random number generator certification is fully compliant with all requirements applicable in gaming jurisdictions such as Curacao, Australia, Alderney, Denmark, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Italy, Kahnawake, Malta, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Random number generator certification usually takes 1-3 weeks.