The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has announced today that its Board of Directors has approved six new membership applications.
With this agreement signed, the non-profit trading group AGEM is now formed by a total of 151 gaming suppliers. The six new companies include: ArdentSky, a Maryland-based regulatory compliance company dedicated to helping the gaming industry standardize and streamline business practices associated with gaming compliance management; Automated Systems America, a California-listed provider of ATMs and cash access services to both retail and gaming customers.
The third new member is the British land-based casino industry gaming software provider Digital Gaming Corp., whilst PariMAX LLC, which enables race tracks to monetise their historical racing content via casino-style games, is the fourth-listed firm.
The Texas-listed Skilled Game Development was fifth company that received the green light. The US firm develops software for interactive skilled based gaming for casinos, tribal gaming and any markets where class III machines are permitted. Finally, the last member to join the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers is the Pennsylvania hardware manufacturer Southco.
AGEM is a non-profit international trade association representing manufacturers and suppliers of electronic gaming devices, lotteries, systems, table games, online technology, key components and support products and services for the gaming industry. Currently it has over 150 remarkable members, such as Scientific Games, Konami Gaming, Galaxy Gaming , or Aristocrat Technologies spread across 23 different countries.