Montecasino passed a verification of its Electronic Draw System conducted by KPMG meaning that players can have faith in the fairness of play.
Last month the Montecasino passed a rigorous verification of its Electronic Draw System (EDS) conducted by auditing firm KPMG Services. Steve Howell the General Manager of Montecasino said that they were “confident that the Electronic Draw System used in our casino is secure, fair and gives every entry an equal opportunity of winning.”
He went on to say that the casino understood that their credibility with the public wouldn’t be complete until they had passed an auditing by a reputable firm. Tsogo Sun first approached KPMG in 2010 and began planning the scope of the verification process. Howell said that it was a “positive and fruitful exercise” and that they are delighted that the EDS system has “been proven to be all that we believed it to be.”
In order to complete the verification process KPMG made use of international statistical specialists, detailed review of application source code and extensive testing of simulated draw data.
Thanks to KPMG’s findings, Montecasino can now use statements such as “Random Selection independently verified by KPMG” and “System independently verified by KPMG” in their published material and on their website.
Chris Baragwanath, the Group Technical Manager at Tsogo Sun, has said that they are committed to implementing and maintaining world class standards in all aspects of their operations which of course include gaming systems.
He went on to say that this successful review is “another initiative on our part to ensure that every visitor to one of our 14 casinos across the country have an enjoyable and entertaining experience, confident in the knowledge that their chances of winning are equal to any else’s.”
From now on, if you are a fan of casinos, you can be sure that you are being treated fairly not only at Montecasino but at all of Tsogo Sun’s casinos across South Africa.