Safety should be one of the main concerns of every gamer. No wonder so many companies choose to get additional certificates and seals of approval. The latest in line is Evoplay. The award-winning iGaming studio has just been green-lighted by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). An ISO 27001 certificate guarantees the company implements safe business practices.
ISO 27001 certificate is quite a tongue-twister, but that doesn’t make it any less important. By obtaining this premium accreditation, Evoplay joined the league of the safest brands on the market. It is proof that the company implements reliable practices when it handles consumers’ data. However, the certificate applies not only to users’ data but the data of its business partners as well.
The 27001 certificate is also known as the certificate for information security management. Its main purpose is to guarantee careful and safe handling of “financial information… or information entrusted by third parties”. According to Evoplay’s official press release, the company is pretty proud of it. The new certificate allows the company to continue its strategic expansion.
Evoplay was founded in 2017, and immediately made an impact on the industry. At the ICE 2018 conference, it amazed the iGaming crowd with the first 3D/VR slot machine – Necromancer. The same year, the game was shortlisted for the Best Gaming Innovation at the SBC Awards.
Today, its portfolio counts hundreds of games. Players from all over the globe can have fun playing amazing slots, breathtaking table games, and cute instant games. Gaming aficionados can also take a shot at jackpots and explore the bonus buy feature.
In April 2022, the company plans to release three magnificent titles. Wild Overlords Bonus Buy is a shiny slot with impressive graphics and an RTP of 96.07%. The maximum possible win is capped at €457,500. Details on the second game, Goblin Run, are yet to be announced. For now, we know it will be an instant game inspired by greedy creatures that found their place in mythologies across Europe. The third game, The Greatest Catch, is also top-secret; all we know is it should be a video slot.
The International Organization for Standardization was funded in 1947 to create a worldwide set of standards for different industries. Nowadays, it is a member of 167 national standards bodies. It has 804 committees, in charge of 24299 standards that take all types of industries and manufacturing into account. The top sector is information technology, photography, and graphics (21.4%). This is followed by mechanical engineering (14.9%) and transport (12.6%). Among the top 5 are also non-metallic standards (8.9%), and health, medicine, and lab equipment (6.8%).