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September 28, 2021

Comprising a total of 101 members

AGEM announced that 11 new members join organization

(US).- The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) announced that its Board of Directors has approved the membership applications of 11 new companies, bringing the trade group comprised of the world’s leading gaming suppliers to a total of 101 members.


he new AGEM members are: Acres 4.0, based in Las Vegas, delivers player-based gaming systems built upon low-cost, high-performance consumer electronics, in which game experiences are customized by the individual player.

American Gaming Systems (AGS), based in San Francisco with multiple offices around the U.S. and Canada, is a leading designer, manufacturer and operator of gaming machines. Another member is Bingotimes Technology, based in Taichung City, Taiwan, manufactures machines and other smart devices for the gaming industry.

Borden Technology Corporation, based in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, which was established in 1991 and specializes in the design of video slots and multi-player machines. Bullivant Houser Bailey, a full-service law firm based in Las Vegas.

Codespace Gaming, based in San Clemente, California, offers a GLI-certified gaming platform and other advanced technology for the gaming industry. Entropy Precision System, based in Taipei City, Taiwan, designs and manufactures gaming cabinets and machines.

Lincoln Industries, based in Lincoln, is a leading supplier for companies requiring highly decorative components and assemblies, specializing in the gaming, vehicle and agriculture industries. Matsui Gaming Machine Co., based in Tokyo with offices around the world, is a manufacturer and supplier of a wide range of products for the gaming industry.

Rye Park Gaming, based in Phoenix, Arizona, manufactures gaming tables, synthetic table game layouts and food and beverage service carts and StyleGame USA, based in Henderson, Nevada, with its headquarters in Spilimbergo, Italy, manufacturers seating products for the gaming industry.
“On behalf of our Officers representing Aristocrat, Bally, IGT, Konami and WMS, our global membership base and Executive Director Marcus Prater, I would like recognize the contribution the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers has made to the gaming industry over the past 10 years,” said AGEM President Thomas Jingoli, Senior Director of Compliance and Legal Administration at Konami. “Our members set aside their competitive energy for the good of the industry as a whole and I’m honored to be part of such a strong and vibrant organization.”

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