Igrosoft random number generator is certified by iTech Labs

The correct gaming site link is shown inside the certificate. If the certificate shows a link to a site other than the one you are playing on, the certificate is not valid for that site. Our certificate does not apply to other sites, it is only valid for sites specified on the certificate. The certificate should also show what is specifically certified:

  • Random Number Generator (RNG)
  • Games and Tournaments – with a list of games and tournaments
  • Recoil audits (RTP) – audit reports of real RTP games played (for games intended only for one player)
  • Card Analysis – audit reports on actually dealt cards for card games like poker, blackjack, etc.

Any site that points to our logo with a link to just one of our sites (instead of a certificate link), a link to another site, or no link at all should be viewed with caution, as they may not actually be certified by us.

Who are iTech Labs? – This is one of the most popular testing laboratories in online gambling. Based in Australia and operating since 2004. Received accreditation from NATA (Australian Testing Authority Association), which is a member of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). So, the business is legal and everything looks reliable.

Are Igrosoft games now licensed?

No. Not a single game has passed any test. Possible "twists" in slots somehow do not depend at all on the presence of the correct RNG … A lot of things you can think of dishonest even with a certified RNG

Now you can play Igrosoft safely?

I still don’t recommend it. The situation with this software has not changed in any way, as unlicensed as it was. But now you will be shoved by this link (see below) representatives of the casino, look now all honestly … but this is clearly not enough for an honest and transparent mathematics of the slot.


To the level of Netent, Yggdrasil, Pragmatic Play – Igrosoft is still far away …

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