AGEM announces nine new members

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The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers has announced that its Board of Directors has approved the membership applications of nine new companies.

The new additions to the trade group, comprised of the world’s leading gaming suppliers, bring its number of members to a total of 166.

The new AGEM members are: Ace Systems, based in Monterrey, Mexico, who specialises in casino management systems; BDO USA, the world’s fifth-largest accounting firm; global consulting firm Capco, based in Washington D.C., a specialist in business, digital and technology consulting services for the financial services and casino industries; Deloitte LLP, based in Las Vegas, a provider of audit and assurance, consulting, tax, and risk and financial advisory services; Nanoptix, based in Dieppe, Canada, a leading global provider of thermal direct printers; PDS Gaming, based in Las Vegas, a financing and lease company that specialises in capital-needs solutions; Plus Studios, based in Las Vegas and founded in 2013 by a collective group of trade show industry veterans; The United States Playing Card Company, based in Erlanger, Kentucky, a leader in the production and distribution of premier playing cards and dealing shoes; and Weike Gaming Technology, established in 1998 and based in Singapore, who supplies slot gaming machines, electronic table games, gaming management systems and jackpot links.

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