The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) on Tuesday announced five new members, bringing the trade group, comprised of international gaming suppliers, to a total of 150 members.
Joining the trade association are: New Jersey, U.S.-based Advanced Gaming Associates; payments technology company CardConnect; Las Vegas-based G2 Game Design; Taiwan-based Ganlot, a provider of integrated casino, lottery and amusement solutions; and Zebra Technologies, a provider of barcode printing and RTLS technology.
In Tuesday’s statement, the trade group also announced that Marcus Prater (pictured) has signed a new three-year contract extension that will keep him as AGEM’s executive director into 2018.
Mr Prater has led the day-to-day operations of AGEM since 2008 and his current term was set to expire at the end of this month.
AGEM, headed by Konami Gaming Inc’s Thomas Jingoli, is a non-profit 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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"If the [Macau casino] concessions are put up for bid, there will also be a lot of giant Chinese companies, some having nothing to do with gaming, which would like to take over these enormously successful casinos”
Professor emeritus at Whittier Law School in California, in the United States, and a visiting professor at University of Macau