The PBSA said that Peerplays RNG was designed “with the belief that trusting randomness in private code simply wasn’t good enough’ for modern customers.
The product uses the latest blockchain technology to ensure “complete and provable randomness”, with PBSA adding that the RNG could “transform the world of gaming on a global scale”.
Peerplays RNG is currently in the process of being verified by leading testing lab GLI.
In a statement, the PBSA said: “At a time when the online gaming industry is facing something of a trust problem, Peerplays RNG can deliver verifiable randomness designed to show players and operators that games are fair.
“For too long, random number generation has been considered something of an afterthought by games suppliers. Peerplays RNG delivers a next generation RNG with added functionality that can bring incremental benefits to games suppliers, operators, and their customers.
“We have already received considerable interest in the product from game developers who believe like we do, that verifiable, trustworthy solutions in games are what this generation of gamers deserve. The first of these innovators will be announcing their partnership in the coming weeks.”