LAS VEGAS (October 24, 2007) – Multimedia Games has joined the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM).
Multimedia Games, based in Austin, Texas, is a leading supplier of interactive systems, electronic games, and player terminals for the Native American gaming market as well as the growing racino, charity bingo and video lottery markets. Since 1991, the company has designed and developed networks, software, and content that provide customers with comprehensive gaming systems that link player terminals within and among gaming facilities. Multimedia Games is preparing for the release of Class III stand alone slot products on its proprietary new mGAME™ gaming cabinets.
AGEM is an international trade association representing manufacturers of electronic gaming devices, systems, and components for the gaming industry. The Association identifies and acts upon issues relating to education, trade show representation, regulation, manufacturing and licensing standards, and promotes the expansion of responsible gaming for the benefit of its members and the industry.
Current AGEM members include: AC Coin & Slot, Aristocrat Technologies, Atronic, Bally Technologies, Cadillac Jack, Cyberview Technology, Elixir Gaming Technologies, Inc., FutureLogic, GTECH, Gaming Partners International, Gary Platt Manufacturing, IDX, IGT, IPS Inc., James Industries, Inc., JCM American, Konami Gaming, KSK, Las Vegas Gaming Inc., MEI, Multimedia Games, Progressive Gaming International, Rocket Gaming Systems, Shuffle Master Gaming, Summit Gaming, TransAct Technologies, Wells-Gardner Electronics, WMS Gaming, and 3M Touch Systems.
AGEM meets monthly in Las Vegas. For more information on AGEM and membership, visit www.AGEM.org.