Membership Structure

The American Gaming Association welcomes members under two distinct categories. 
Casino operators (commercial and Tribal) and gaming suppliers licensed to operate in the United States are invited to join AGA as Core Members. Industry-related businesses and organizations are invited to join AGA as Ally Members. 

The AGA is committed to inclusively representing the totality of the gaming industry. Learn more about becoming an AGA member. 

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Core Members

Core Members are the backbone of American gaming. They are commercial and Tribal casino operators and gaming suppliers licensed to operate in the U.S. In addition to other benefits, Core Members can participate in all AGA committees and working groups, and select members have the opportunity to serve on the AGA Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Finance & Investment Committee and Nominating & Membership Committee and participate in CEO Roundtable events.

Ally Members

Ally Members are non-casino, non-gaming supplier businesses and other entities affiliated with the gaming industry. They range from financial institutions to hotel, food and beverage suppliers to state associations and marketing organizations for gaming destinations. In addition to other benefits, select Ally Members may be invited to participate in AGA committees and working groups, and select members have the ability to serve on the AGA Board of Directors.

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Press Release

American Gaming Association Adds Six New Members, Continues to Bring the Industry Together

Contact

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AmerGamingAssn @AmerGamingAssn

RT @SaraSlaneAGA: Great to have AGA members in D.C. this week for our Board of Directors meeting and Public Policy Committee meeting.… https://t.co/UFWPh4qGWO

November 15, 2018

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