he partnership calls for AGEM members to receive advertising discounts, AGEM Executive Director Marcus Prater to have a seat on CEM’s editorial advisory board, a variety of editorial opportunities, including a cover story in the annual Global Gaming Expo (G2E) issue, involvement at CEM-produced events and other incentives and opportunities.
Established in 2002, CEM has become one of the leading global trade magazines covering the worldwide gaming industry. The magazine reaches nearly 16,500 gaming professionals every month, including 750 tribal government leaders and 450 gaming regulators, and is distributed in all 50 states and 105 countries on six continents.
“AGEM is pleased to announce this partnership with Casino Enterprise Management magazine and Publisher Peter Mead and his team,” said AGEM President Thomas Jingoli. “CEM’s rise to the top of the list of must-read gaming trade magazines has been impressive. Plus, CEM has supported AGEM very strongly over the years and stepped up with an attractive proposal that benefits AGEM and our members.”
“CEM is deeply honored for the recognition and the opportunity to partner with AGEM, the association that has led the industry in thought leadership and has provided countless innovations and opportunities for us all,” said Casino Enterprise Management Publisher Peter Mead. “It has been a pleasure to see the association rise in prominence over the past year due to the visionary leadership of its board and executive director. We fully support AGEM’s mission and philosophy and plan to do everything in our power to support it. ”
Separately, the AGEM Board also approved the membership application of Taiwan-based Jumbo Technology, a leading gaming machine manufacturer specializing in baccarat, bingo, roulette and sic-bo machines, bringing the AGEM membership total to 74.