AGEM approves nine new members
The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) international trade body has approved the applications of nine new companies, bringing its total membership to an all-time high of 141.
The new additions include Adlink Technology, which offers embedded computing solutions, application-ready intelligent platforms and customisation services to the gaming industry.
Austrian industry supplier Amatic Industries and electronic roulette and blackjack machine provider Boss Gaming have also become members.
Slovenian gaming machine company Gold Club, Cyprus-based developer Intervision Gaming and Spanish electronic bingo and gaming machine firm Metronia have also been approved by the AGEM.
Portilla, Ruy-Diaz y Aguilar, a Mexico-based company that specialises in gaming, compliance, real estate, litigation and international trade legal services has also joined the AGEM roster.
In addition, the AGEM has also approved the applications of multi-game video gaming machine provider U1 Gaming and diversified financial services company Well Fargo.