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GLI Extends Norwegian Contract

25 April 2005

HILLEGOM, The Netherlands – (PRESS RELEASE) -– Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), the world's first private gaming device and systems testing laboratory, announced today its European office has received an extension of its exclusive testing agreement with the Norwegian Gaming Board.

GLI Europe BV has been the sole testing lab for the Board since its inception in 2001, and GLI remains the only test laboratory authorized to test gaming machines in the country.

Director General of the Norwegian Gaming Board Atle Hamar, said, "The Norwegian Gaming and Foundation Authority is very content with the cooperation built up with GLI since the authority was established in 2001. The prolongation of the agreement with GLI is due to the extension of the existing slot machine regime until 31 June 2005."

GLI Europe Director-Government Relations Kit Hall-Johnston said, "We are honored that GLI is the only test laboratory that has been allowed to test gaming machines for Norway. We look forward to continuing to provide the best support for the Gaming Board and for the manufacturers."

GLI has either consulted and/or tested machines for more than 400 jurisdictions worldwide including Aland, Australia, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and The United Kingdom.

Gaming Laboratories International, Inc. is the world's most technologically advanced gaming device ands systems testing company. GLI currently operates wholly owned and fully staffed gaming test laboratories in Lakewood, N.J.; Golden, Colo.; Las Vegas, Nev.; GLI Europe, B.V. in Hillegom, The Netherlands; GLI Africa in Midrand, South Africa; and GLI Italia, in Bologna, Italy. Gaming Laboratories Australia operates fully accredited test laboratories in Sydney and Adelaide under license to Gaming Laboratories International, Inc. GLI employees number approximately 300 worldwide, providing more than 100,000 certifications annually to over 400 gaming regulatory bodies worldwide. GLI was founded in 1989 by James R. Maida and Paul J. Magno and was the first independent laboratory of its kind.

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