The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has approved the membership applications of nine new companies, bringing the trade group comprised of the world’s leading gaming suppliers to a total of 141 members, an all-time high.
The new AGEM members are Adlink Technology, based in San Jose, Calif., offers industrial embedded computing solutions, application-ready intelligent platforms and customization services to the gaming industry.
Amatic Industries, based in Rutzenmoos, Austria, has been operating successfully in the international casino and AWP market for more than 20 years with a variety of machines and electronic tables.
Boss Gaming, based in Hollywood with offices in Slovenia and assembly plants in Columbia and Mexico, produces a variety of electronic roulette and blackjack machines.
Gold Club, based in Sežana, Slovenia, creates innovative products through employee synergy that has the company and its machines in a wide variety of global gaming markets.
Intervision Gaming, based in Nicosia, Cyprus, produces and develops a variety of revolutionary products for the worldwide gaming industry.
Metronia, based in Madrid, Spain, and established in 1994, operates Bingo Electrónico de España, SA and specializes in unique electronic bingo and gaming machines.
Portilla, Ruy-Díaz y Aguilar, based in Mexico City, was founded by experienced lawyers from Mexico and the U.S. and specializes in gaming, compliance, real estate, litigation and international trade legal services.
U1 Gaming, based in Bozeman, Mont., with an office in Las Vegas, designs, manufactures and distributes multi-game video gaming machines for casinos, bars and taverns.
Wells Fargo, based in San Francisco, is a nationwide, diversified, community-based financial services company with $1.5tn in assets and specializes in assisting gaming equipment manufacturers.