Aggregator and content provider Pariplay has been granted ISO/IEC 27001 certification by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The ISO27001 certification defines the highest standards for data privacy and protection and is highly respected by numerous regulatory bodies. In particular, the Swiss Federal Gaming Board requires ISO27001 as a key criteria for their regulation.

By successfully completing the rigorous series of audits and tests, Pariplay has further established itself as an industry leader, dedicated not only to delivering quality iGaming solutions but also showing their commitment to the highest quality standards focused on ensuring player safety and confidence. This latest company milestone will enable Pariplay to continue their global expansion into regulated markets and to provide their extensive portfolio of engaging games to more operators. One such region where Pariplay will be making its debut, is in Switzerland, a highly lucrative and prestigious market that uses the ISO certification as their regulation benchmark.

Establishing partnerships with a new base of operators in Switzerland will allow Pariplay to provide access to a repertoire of over 100 in-house developed casino games, including its latest Spin N’Hit and Stallion Fortunes, as well as extremely popular titles like Wolf Riches and Dragons of the North. In addition to Pariplay’s innovative gaming catalogue, operators will also gain access to thousands of games from leading suppliers like NetEnt and Microgaming, through Pariplay’s fusion aggregation platform.

Adrian Bailey, Managing Director of Pariplay, said: “This accreditation acknowledges our unwavering commitment to compliance and security across our global operations, while also allowing us to continue to expand our reach into newly regulated markets, including Switzerland. We’re very excited at the possibilities this presents as more players get to experience our thrilling games and cutting-edge services, furthering our 2020 strategy of branching out into newly regulated markets on a truly global scale.”