WASHINGTON - The American Gaming Association (AGA) announced today that Atronic Americas LLC, a leading global manufacturer of gaming devices, has joined the association as its newest member.
“As we have consistently increased our success and presence in the United States, we have recognized the need to be involved with the AGA to protect our business interests as well as play an active role in shaping the industry’s future,” said Rolf Klug, CEO of Atronic Americas. “Being a global player, we have recognized that the AGA has become an important organization in this country and, more recently, worldwide because of its record of leadership on trade show and important industry issues.”
Added AGA President and CEO Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr.: “Atronic has been at the forefront of European companies expanding into the U.S. market, so we are gratified that it has become the first in that group to lend its support to the AGA. Our advocacy efforts on behalf of the industry are only made stronger by the addition of a company of the caliber of Atronic.”
Atronic and sister company Atronic International are members of the family-owned and -operated Gauselmann Group, which has sold in total more than 1.7 million machines since inception, and 97,000 gaming devices in the year 2001 alone. Atronic is headquartered in Germany and has offices in Australia, Austria, Great Britain, Peru, South Africa and the United States. Atronic is dedicated to producing only the highest quality of entertaining games and products, which are being operated in 70 countries worldwide. Atronic holds a total of 142 worldwide gaming licenses including the United States with 21 state licenses and 100 Indian Gaming licenses. To find out more information about Atronic, please visit the Web site or call 1-800-864-7670.
The American Gaming Association represents the commercial casino industry by addressing federal legislative and regulatory issues. It also serves as a clearinghouse for information, develops educational and advocacy programs, and provides leadership by addressing issues of public concern.