- How do I create a standard?
- How do I get a standard?
- How do I influence a standard?
- How do I obtain training on IGSA standards?
- How do I get updates to a standard?
- How do Regulators get access to standards?
- What is a Manufacturer ID and how do I get one?
A Member may call for the creation of a new standard, providing they have written support of two (2) other Members. All requesting Members must commit to providing resources for the development of the standard. Members must provide a development plan comprised of an overview of the proposed standard, a draft charter, a development timeline, and an agenda for the initial committee meeting.
IGSA standards are available only to Members, and licensing fees may apply. To become a member of IGSA, go to IGSA’s Membership Page. Once you become a member, you can download standards from the website, and review drafts of standards in the members only area.
One of the benefits of membership in IGSA is the ability to work on a standard with other members as a technical committee member. Members share their work and opinions with each other in an open and transparent setting.
IGSA provides training to anyone with an interest in two ways. Individuals can learn at their own pace thru our online training partner, iGaming Academy. Individuals and teams can also work with IGSA staff to arrange an in person training session. For information on how to obtain training, contact IGSA.
Members are automatically notified of any updates to the standards. Members can obtain an update to a standard by choosing the standard they are interested in on this page and logging in.
Regulators can access any standard by requesting a copy from IGSA. For more information, contact IGSA.
Within IGSA standards, there is a set of identifiers that are designed to be globally unique. This set of identifiers is used to uniquely identify EGMs, themes, and pay tables. To request an ID go, here.