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Learn about the process used to authenticate software running in gaming machines, systems, and peripheral devices with this course about the serial GAT protocol and the new Network GAT Interface (NGI).
Authentication of software running on gaming machines, systems, and peripheral devices is a critical part of game integrity and player protection. Rogue software can undermine the confidence of players, reducing the credibility of operators and jurisdictions.
The GAT (Game Authentication) protocol was developed over 20 years ago to provide a simple mechanism that regulators and operators can use verify that only approved software is running in gaming machines. Since then, the protocol has been expanded to include gaming systems as well as peripheral devices.
This course introduces learners to the fundamentals of GAT. Learners will learn how the original serial GAT protocol works and how the same game authentication service can be accessed through other network-based protocols – such as G2S and S2S. Students will also be introduced to the Network GAT Interface (NGI), the newest mechanism for accessing game authentication services.
On completing this course, learners will:
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Suitability: Users who deal with client data.
The iGaming Academy’s GSA Executive Overview: Game Authentication course has been developed in conjunction with industry experts, with years of training and an in-depth knowledge of GAT (Game Authentication).
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