This group convenes industry leaders, particularly regulatory and compliance professionals, to identify gaming policies that inhibit industry innovation, growth and reinvestment. They also collaborate with regulators and elected officials to effect meaningful reforms on behalf of member companies.
The American Gaming Association made its third stop on the American Gaming Small Business Jobs Tour at Live! Casino & Hotel in Maryland. At a roundtable, stakeholders touted gaming’s strong community impact in Anne Arundel County, MD and across the entire state. The event highlighted the 350,000 small business jobs nationwide supported by the gaming […]
Recap The American Gaming Association joined Congressman Lacy Clay (D, MO-1) outside St. Louis last week in the second stop on our nationwide American Gaming Small Business Jobs Tour. These activities are critical to our efforts to develop new Congressional champions and create greater understanding about the gaming industry and those that we benefit. Resources […]
On June 6, at the Encore Resort in Las Vegas, AGA members are invited to attend Innovation Day, hosted by PwC. This event is offered exclusively for AGA members as a unique membership benefit. Please join us to learn about trends in innovation, discuss how to build innovation capabilities in your organizations, and interact with […]
Recent research released shows that the gaming industry supports 350,000 small business jobs and is responsible for $52 billion in small business revenues. The report, The Gaming Industry’s Impact on Small Business Development in the United States, was completed by Spectrum Gaming Group and commissioned by AGA. To highlight the report’s findings, AGA launched its nationwide American […]
AGA’s next CSR Committee meeting is March 29 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. in Las Vegas. If you have questions about the meeting or would like to attend please contact Elizabeth Cronan, senior director of gaming policy, or Eloy Martinez, senior director of government relations.
Comprised of gaming professionals from government relations, public affairs and other areas of expertise, the committee provides a forum for industry leaders to discuss and prioritize legislative and regulatory issues in the gaming industry. It also convenes gaming professionals to learn, discuss and drive consensus on gaming issues and develop policy recommendations for the AGA […]
The AGA Cybersecurity Summit in Las Vegas will bring together gaming professionals with responsibilities in anti-money laundering compliances, chief information officers and chief technology officers for a full day of education on relevant cybersecurity content.
Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia) is the premier Asian trade event and the largest regional sourcing platform for global gaming and entertainment products. Visit www.g2easia.com for the latest information.
The Industry Initiatives Committee provides a forum to discuss the programming, educational and event portfolio for the AGA and helps to determine future areas of need for the industry. Participants include gaming professionals from communications, marketing, research & development, public relations, operations and more.