Video Gaming Technologies, an Aristocrat company, has contributed $250,000 to support NIGA in its ongoing efforts in Washington.
At the recent National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) Legislative Summit in Washington, VGT President Jay Sevigny presented NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens with a five-year commitment totaling $250,000 in support of NIGA’s Capital Building Fund on behalf of Video Gaming Technologies, Inc. (VGT).
“NIGA appreciates the response we have received from VGT for many years,” Stevens said. “We are very grateful for this significant commitment to our Capital Building Fund, which helps us maintain our important presence in Washington and provide a first-class facility that enables NIGA to continue its work on behalf of Native American gaming.”
“We are pleased to have this opportunity to support NIGA in its effort to create a first-class environment for the people who tirelessly work to advance tribal gaming interests across America,” Sevigny said. “This demonstrates our pledge to work with our tribal partners in these efforts.”
VGT, a division of Aristocrat, is a leader in Class II gaming and is focused on tribal gaming facilities.