The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) says it has admitted eight new members.
In a written announcement issued on Thursday, AGEM said the new members bring the number of companies belonging to the association to 166.
The new members are: Aon of London, in the U.K., a professional services firm; Atlas Gaming Pty Ltd of Melbourne, Australia, a maker of slot machines and games; Gaming Publishing and G3 Magazine of Burnley, in England, a news medium for the gaming industry; Leadman Electronics USA Inc of Santa Clara, California, U.S., a supplier of technology products and online logistics management services; Posiflex Business Machines Inc of Hayward, also in California, a designer and manufacturer of point-of-sale and industrial touch terminals and kiosks; Synergy Blue LLC of Palm Desert, California, a supplier of games requiring skill, and of game platforms; TACK Electronics Inc of Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S., a contract manufacturer specialising in custom harnesses and cable assemblies; and Yogonet of Buenos Aires, Argentina, a business-to-business publication for the gaming industry.
AGEM represents manufacturers and suppliers of electronic gaming devices, systems, table games, online technology, key components, and supporting products and services for the gaming industry.
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”Our own consensus is that any newcomers to this [junket] sector should be corporatised, and should be financially sound and able to commit a higher guarantee deposit”
Kwok Chi Chung
President of junket trade body, the Macau Association of Gaming and Entertainment Promoters