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    Privacy Policy

    This privacy policy applies to the following websites operated by the American Gaming Association (AGA): www.americangaming.org, www.havegameplan.org, www.gettoknowgaming.org, www.sportsbettinginamerica.com, www.stopillegalgambling.org, and www.agastore.com (collectively, the “Sites”).  This privacy policy advises our visitors and members of the types of personal information that may be collected on the Sites and the practices that the AGA follows with respect to […]

    American Gaming Association Names CEO Search Committee

    WASHINGTON – The executive committee of the American Gaming Association (AGA) is pleased to announce the formation of a seven-member search committee to select the next chief executive of the gaming industry. The new CEO will replace Geoff Freeman, who will be departing the AGA as of the end of July to become president and […]

    AGA Outlines Sports Betting Priorities in Letter to Congress

    Washington, D.C. – In a letter to federal lawmakers today, American Gaming Association (AGA) President and CEO Geoff Freeman reiterated the gaming industry’s top priorities in the evolving debate on how to create a successful legal sports betting market in the United States. Following last week’s momentous U.S. Supreme Court decision ending the federal sports […]

    AGA Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Murphy v NCAA

    Washington, D.C. – American Gaming Association (AGA) President and CEO Geoff Freeman issued the following statement after the announcement of the Supreme Court’s opinion on Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association. The Court’s ruling on the case today determined that the federal ban on sports betting as established by the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act […]

    AGA-GfK Webinar: Gaming Employees Research

    As industry leaders, we wanted to share the executive summary of new gaming employee research recently completed by AGA. In addition to 8 out of 10 employees rating their workplace satisfaction highly, the research reveals higher-than-average perceptions of workplace safety and employer treatment among female and minority employees, among other noteworthy, positive results. These results […]

    AGA-Covington Webinar: Preparing the Gaming Industry for GDPR

    Please join us on May 3 at 12 p.m. EDT (9 a.m. PDT) for a webinar in partnership with Covington & Burling LLP and hosted by AGA’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel Stacy Papadopoulos. Kristof Van Quathem, one of the foremost legal experts in the area of data protection law, will summarize the requirements of the European Union’s (EU) new framework for […]

    Casino Review – New Responsible Gaming Collaborative is launched in US

    April 25, 2018  The American Gaming Association (AGA) has gathered together leading gaming industry organisations, academic professionals and advocacy groups to chart a new course on the issue of responsible gaming. The Responsible Gaming Collaborative will focus on the best programs and polices that focus on proven, effective solutions and aims to deepen the sector’s […]

    Industry, Academics and Advocates Unite to Launch Responsible Gaming Collaborative

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Gaming Association (AGA) recently convened leading gaming industry organizations, academic professionals and advocacy groups to chart a new course on the complex issue of responsible gaming. The Responsible Gaming Collaborative will identify the programs and policies that best address responsible gaming and the prevention of problem gambling and hold government accountable […]

    AGA Elevate | Lead – Adapt to Win

    AGA Elevate | Lead – Adapt To Win August 13, 2018, 9 am PDT – 5 pm PDT Speaker: Mary C. Kelly Four Seasons in Las Vegas, NV In partnership with Global Gaming Women. In today’s business world, change of many kinds—technological, economic, social, regulatory and environmental—is outpacing the ability of organizations to predict and manage […]

    Gaming Industry Opposes Plan to Revive Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository

    Washington, D.C. – American Gaming Association (AGA) Vice President of Government Relations Chris Cylke released the following statement in response to the Administration’s inclusion in its budget proposal of $120 million to restore the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository: “AGA opposes any effort to revive Yucca Mountain as a repository and will work with the many concerned […]