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The American Gaming Association Rallies Casinos, Community Leaders and Elected Officials to Highlight Industry’s Contributions in Philadelphia

Philadelphia – The American Gaming Association (AGA) today convened a roundtable forum at SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia, bringing together gaming executives, Philadelphia-area business and community leaders, federal, state and local elected officials to discuss the significant contributions of gaming to the city. Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos are responsible for over $6 billion in economic activity and […]

Key Gaming Resource Receives Major Boost With Addition of Tribal Gaming Data

Washington, DC – An important tool used by regulators, media and gaming industry professionals to better understand the complex gaming regulatory landscape has received a major update with the addition of Tribal gaming policies and regulations that cover 28 states. The American Gaming Association’s (AGA) By the Book, a first-of-its kind resource that allows stakeholders to easily compare […]

Key Gaming Resource Receives Major Boost with Addition of Tribal Gaming Data

Washington, DC – An important tool used by regulators, media and gaming industry professionals to better understand the complex gaming regulatory landscape has received a major update with the addition of Tribal gaming policies and regulations that cover 28 states. The American Gaming Association’s (AGA) By the Book, a first-of-its kind resource that allows stakeholders to easily compare […]

National Conference of Problem Gaming

Presented by the National Council on Problem Gambling, this annual conference engages responsible gaming and problem gambling specific speakers, networking opportunities with peers in the field and a wide collection of stakeholders. Organizers, speakers, exhibitors and attendees are leaders in prevention, education, treatment, responsible gaming, research and recovery.

American Gaming Association, Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Announce Partnership to Combat Illegal Gambling In Texas

Washington, D.C. – The American Gaming Association (AGA) and the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) today announced a new partnership to highlight and combat the rapid spread of illegal gambling machine activity in Texas. With an estimated 100,000-150,000 “8-liner” and illegal slot machines now present in Texas, the state has become the most glaring example […]

U.S. Gaming Industry Engages Japanese Diet as Casino Expansion Gains Momentum

Washington, DC – On the heels of new Japanese legislation to legalize casinos, the American Gaming Association welcomed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and members of the Diet to Washington, DC. The AGA is playing a leading role in informing lawmakers about the casino industry and its potential role in Japanese economic and tourism development, including hosting […]

The Faces of Gaming Monthly Video Contest Rules

OFFICIAL RULES No purchase necessary to enter or win. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Rules are subject to change without notice. The Faces of Gaming Monthly Video Contest (“Contest”) offered by the American Gaming Association (“Sponsor”) is designed to promote the positive effect of gaming on the careers and lives of people whose […]

American Gaming Association Announces Cutting-Edge Policy Resource

Washington, DC –As part of its ongoing “Get to Know Gaming” campaign, the American Gaming Association (AGA) today released a first-of-its-kind resource to allow stakeholders, policymakers, regulators and gaming journalists to easily compare commercial gaming regulations for each state. The online database, called “By the Book,” is accessible through an interactive, easy-to-use map on GamingBytheBook.org. It aggregates and explains […]

Study shows (big surprise) gaming is No. 1 in Nevada

Here’s one area where Nevada ranks first in the nation — and it’s a good thing. When looking at the cumulative financial benefits of the nation’s gaming industry, the Silver State is No. 1 in economic impact, No. 1 in jobs supported and No. 1 tax revenue to state and local governments. Yeah, big surprise […]