The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) announced today that its Board of Directors approved the membership applications of eight new companies. The new members are:

  • ASTOUND Group – based in Las Vegas, design and fabrication company specializing in the delivery of exhibits, events, and environments
  • Bluberi – based in Quebec, Canada, focuses on high-performance games and machines
  • eConnect – based in Las Vegas with an office in Macau, provides secure enterprise software
  • General Touch – based in Chengdu, China, a leading manufacturer of touch screens for the gaming industry
  • Nutanix – based in San Jose, California, a global leader of hyperconverged operating systems focused on simplifying and securing gaming operations
  • Rad Game Tools – based in Kirkland, Washington, a leading provider of innovative video game development tools
  • RES-EXHIBITS Services – based in Rochester, New York, a trade show services company specializing in one-of-a-kind experiences
  • UL – based in Northbrook, Illinois, promotes safe, secure, and sustainable living and working environments using science, hazard-based safety engineering, and data acumen

With the addition of the eight new companies, AGEM has a total of 177 members, its highest number yet. AGEM is a non-profit international technology trade association representing manufacturers, suppliers, and services for the gaming industry. AGEM works to further the interests of gaming suppliers through political action, regulatory influence, trade shows, and education.


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