AGEM names Gaming Publishing Group as European media partner

AGEM names Gaming Publishing Group as European media partner

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 Totally Gaming

The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has approved the selection of Gaming Publishing Group, publisher of G3 magazine, as its official European media partner. 

Under the agreement, G3 will support the trade association’s members in its marketing efforts and trade event participation.

The magazine will also help publicise AGEM’s activities surrounding political action, regulatory influence, responsible gaming initiatives, trade show partnerships and educational alliances.

AGEM is a non-profit international trade association that represents manufacturers and suppliers of electronic gaming devices, systems, table games, online technology, key components and support products and services for the gaming industry. Its current membership roster comprises 145 companies across 21 countries.

The agreement caps a busy year for G3, in which it has not only expanded its team but also become a world partner of Clarion Gaming and successfully launched its G3Newswire dedicated app. Gaming Publishing Group will utilise the new app as well as its various other media platforms to continue its ongoing support of AGEM. 

“It’s been an amazing year for Gaming Publishing and G3,” Gaming Publishing director John Slattery said. 

“We have expanded our sales team with the appointment of an experienced gaming industry sales professional, Alison Dronfield; achieved a first for both ourselves and Clarion Gaming with the appointment of Gaming Publishing as a pivotal World Gaming Partner; and invested once more in both content and technology with the launch of the G3Newswire App, which has been installed across 3,000-plus devices worldwide since July.

“To crown all the hard work the team has invested in our range of digital and traditional media, G3 has become the official European media partner to the gaming industry’s largest and most influential trade body, AGEM.”

Marcus Prater, executive director of AGEM, added: “The AGEM marketing committee and its membership as a whole have very high regard for G3 Editors Lewis Pek and Phil Martin and Gaming Publishing director John Slattery.

“They have proven over the years to be exceptional chroniclers of the global gaming industry and AGEM is very pleased to partner with G3 going forward. Our global membership base of 145 companies will benefit greatly from this alliance.”

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