The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) announced on Monday that its board has approved the applications of nine new companies. The trade group said the total number of members stands now at 141, “an all-time high”.
The new members include Gold Club (pictured), a Slovenian company that supplies electronic table games to the Asian market, and Amatic Industries GmbH, which also supplies electronic multi-game and electronic roulette products to markets in the region. Financial services company Wells Fargo & Co, which provides analytical coverage of the Macau gaming market, has also signed up to AGEM.
The other new members are U.S.-based Adlink Technology Inc, Hollywood, California-based Boss Gaming, Cyprus-based Intervision Gaming, Spain’s Metronia, Mexico’s Portilla, Ruy-Díaz y Aguilar, plus Montana-based U1 Gaming from the United States, AGEM said in a statement.
AGEM is an international trade association representing manufacturers and suppliers of electronic gaming devices, systems, table games, online technology, key components and support products and services for the gaming industry.
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