AGEM boosted by new approvals

AGEM boosted by new approvals

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 Totally Gaming
Ten new members bring trade body membership to 147

Some big hitters have been named among 10 companies to have been approved as new members of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM).

The new additions have swelled AGEM’s membership to 147 gaming suppliers.

London-based BetConstruct and gaming boards provider Axiomtek, which is based in Chinese Taipei, are two of the new members, along with Tokyo’s Sega Sammy Creation, which develops a variety of gaming machines.

Several of the approved applications come from Las Vegas, including gaming experiences developer NanoTech Gaming, marketing solutions firm Gill’s Printing & Color Graphics and HR specialist Randstad Staffing.

House Advantage, a developer of loyalty software applications, and Quantum Gaming Concepts, which creates original intellectual property for video slot machines, also hail from Las Vegas.

Oregon-based James Industry Research Group, a market research provider to a variety of gaming entities, and California-based Sanmina, a design, manufacturing and logistics services provider, have also joined AGEM. 

The approvals were ratified by AGEM’s board of directors.

AGEM is a not-for-profit international trade organisation representing suppliers of electronic gaming devices, systems, table games, online technology and key components and support products for the gaming industry.

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