Nine New Companies Join AGA, Membership Changes Welcome Broader Engagement
Six board members and three general members join the American Gaming Association as part of new membership structure. View the member release here.
Terrorism Risk Insurance Reauthorization Passes Congress, Will Provide Much-Needed Certainty to Gaming Industry
The American Gaming Association and a wide range of other industries have pushed to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. AGA President and CEO Geoff Freeman released a statement after the new Congress swiftly reauthorized TRIA. Read more here.
AGA Releases Cutting-Edge Policy Resource
The American Gaming Association has released a first-of-its-kind online resource that enables industry stakeholders, gaming policymakers and regulators to easily access gaming policies across each of the 23 commercial casino gaming states. Visit www.gamingbythebook.org.
AML Best Practices Mark Industry Milestone
The AGA has released a comprehensive set of Anti-Money Laundering Best Practices to guide the efforts of casinos to protect the U.S. financial system and our national security from money laundering and other forms of illicit finance. Read more here.
New Report Reveals Totality of Gaming’s Impact
Gaming is a strong a economic engine, provides good jobs, pays for vital public services and boosts local communities.
In the first-ever study to analyze data from three varied sectors of the industry — U.S. commercial casinos, tribal casinos and gaming equipment manufacturers — Oxford Economics presents the most comprehensive assessment undertaken of the U.S. gaming industry’s economic contribution. The study was released as part of the AGA's Get to Know Gaming campaign.