Gaming test lab and product certification consultancy, BMM Testlabs, announced it will be taking part in the 35th annual National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA)’s Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention at booth #1415 in Anaheim, California between April 19-22, 2022.
In addition to the company’s presence, Frances Alvarez, Tribal Services Manager for BMM, will be moderating the Women in Tribal Gaming: Surviving the Pandemic panel on Wednesday, April 20th at 10am.
In an official press release, Alvarez stated: “Supporting the Tribal gaming industry and the Indian Gaming show over the last 20 years has been very important to all of us at BMM and we are looking forward to continuing the close relationships we have built, and developing new ones. BMM offers best-in-class Tribal compliance and testing services, field services, and education for Tribal regulators and their gaming commissions through in-person and online training.”
Holly Billy, BMM’s Tribal Services Manager, added: “We are making great efforts through our Next Generation initiative, which is now in its sixth year and we look forward to welcoming more paid STEM interns into BMM this summer. We will also be presenting a BMM Next Generation donation to the Intertribal Education Foundation, with Chairman Stevens, on Thursday, April 21st, at 3:55 pm in the Tribal Leaders Lounge.”
Furthermore, BMM Innovation Group companies BIG Cyber and RG24seven showcase will also be present at the NIGA tradeshow.
BIG Cyber is the Managed Security Service Provider, which supplies cybersecurity services for a variety of gaming technology. RG24seven is a compliance-grade virtual training platform service that provides responsible gaming, anti-money laundering, and a host of gaming industry training to casino and gaming company employees.
Tony English, BIG Cyber’s Director of Operations, will be presenting a Network Risk Assessment seminar on Thursday, April 21st, at 2pm.