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Mobile Premier League Receives Certifications From Six Independent Global Security organisations

The platform has already received certifications from six independent global security organizations for its player-first efforts

Mobile Premier League Receives Certifications From Six Independent Global Security organisations
POSTED ON December 04, 2023 11:35 AM

MPL, a mobile esports and digital gaming platform, has recently attained the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification. This certification serves as a testament to the platform's robust security measures and operational efficiency, encompassing games, systems, and services across diverse domains such as customer data and infrastructure. MPL's commitment to security is further underscored by accreditation from renowned organisations like Arthur D’ Little, SHIELD, AIGF, iTech Labs, and RedHuntLabs, both on a national and global scale, as highlighted in the company's official statement. 

“The seven layers of security have been given by six independent global security organisations after a meticulous review of the company’s security practices and policies,” the statement added. 

MPL has recently earned the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, validating the security and efficiency of its gaming platform, with additional accreditations from prominent Indian and global organizations like Arthur D’ Little, SHIELD, AIGF, iTech Labs, and RedHuntLabs, it added.   

MPL's co-founder, Sai Srinivas, emphasised the company's dedication to providing a secure gaming environment, stating, "At MPL, our mission is not just to offer unparalleled gaming experiences but also to ensure the highest standards of security for our users. Our player-first approach drives this commitment to fair play and zero tolerance towards fraud that disrupts the gaming experience for our users. We employ a comprehensive suite of measures, such as GPS identification, robust KYC checks, and machine learning-based pattern recognition, among others, to provide a secure environment. This recognition from global security organizations is a testament to these efforts."   

Other security accreditations:   

1. Recognition from Arthur D’ Little for compliance processes in user verification, player protection, responsible gaming, financial integrity, conflict redressal, advertising, and promotions.   

2. The prestigious SHIELD Trust Certification from the global risk intelligence company SHIELD, making MPL the world's first multi-gaming company with a trust score of 95.95 per cent.  

3. 'AIGF Approved Games Certification' from the industry body AIGF, affirming MPL's adherence to laws, regulations, and the AIGF Skill Gaming Charter, after scrutiny of skill games. 

4. Endorsement from iTech Labs, certifying MPL's 'no bot' policy and peer-to-peer gameplay, along with a 'Random Number (RNG) Certification' ensuring the fairness of card sequences in card games. 

5. Proactive security measures, including annual third-party audits, with the latest audit conducted by RedHuntLabs, a London-based cybersecurity solutions provider, highlighting MPL's commitment to staying ahead of evolving cyber threats. 

The company also runs a Global Bug Bounty program where external security researchers can report any valid security vulnerability in MPL’s system and get a reward of up to Rs 10 lakh.   

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