The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) trade group has welcomed the addition of eight new members.
The Nevada-based association, which represents manufacturers and suppliers of services to the gaming industry, already includes the likes of GTECH, Intralot and Konami Gaming among its 145 members.
The new additions include technology companies Catapult Global, DEQ Systems, FBM, HT Precision Technologies, Legacy Electronics, Olsen Gaming and Touch Dynamic.
Las Vegas-based law firm Abbott Law Chartered, which practices in the areas of business law and intellectual property, has also been approved by AGEM’s board of directors.
AGEM, whose members are drawn from 21 countries, works to further the interests of gaming equipment suppliers throughout the world via political action, regulatory influence, partnerships and information dissemination.
The AGEM Index, published monthly by AGEM and Applied Analysis, comprises 17 global gaming suppliers, foreign and domestic, and is often considered a barometer of the gaming industry’s performance.
source : www.igamingbusiness.com