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The American Gaming Association and the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Team Up

Posted by Samantha A. on Tuesday, April 19, 2016


The association of Gaming Equipment Manufactures (AGEM) and The American Gaming Association (AGA) announced that they are teaming up in order to highlight as well as combat the rapid outbreak of illegal slot machine activity within the state of Texas. There is an estimated 100,000 to 150,000 “8-liner” as well as illegal slot machines that are now present within the state of Texas; this state has become the most evident current example of the widespread illegal gaming activity within the United States.

Within the past several months The American Gaming Association has been highlighting on the ever growing dangerous illegal gaming activity that has been running rampant all across the country, and very few places demonstrate the booming nature of this illegal gaming better than the state of Texas.  Within the state of Texas there are hundreds of thousands of these black market gaming machines that are currently in operations.  With the partnership of the American Gaming Association and the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufactures as well as the support of law enforcement officials within every level, they will be able to make a real advancement in shutting down these illegal operators.

The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufactures represents the most respected licensed as well as regulated gaming suppliers in the world, and they are no longer remaining silent about this current outbreak of the widespread illegal gaming within the state of Texas.  Thomas Jingoli the President of AGEM and Konami Gaming Chief Compliance Officer stated that on behalf of their 140 plus member companies who provide gaming equipment as well as the technology in order to regulate markets around the world, they are asking from law enforcement within Texas from the smallest communities to the highest levels within Austin to enforce the state’s already existing laws that prohibit this kind of uncontrolled gaming activity that is on the rise.

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