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Gaming Industry Applauds Senate Focus on Proper Regulation of Online Gambling

The American Gaming Association today applauded United States Senate attention to the need for effective regulation of online gambling. Reports suggest that an alarming number of Americans spend billions of dollars annually on illegal Internet gambling made possible by foreign companies that fail to verify age and offer basic consumer protections.  To address current illegal […]

Statement on the Introduction of the Internet Poker Freedom Act of 2013

Statement by Geoff Freeman, AGA president and CEO, on the Introduction of the Internet Poker Freedom Act of 2013 The American Gaming Association is pleased that Rep. Barton continues to understand and support the pressing need for a federal legislative solution that would allow for legal, regulated online poker in this country, while still providing […]

Statement on the Senate’s Passage of Immigration Reform Legislation

Statement by Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr., president and CEO of the American Gaming Association (AGA) and Geoff Freeman, incoming AGA president and CEO, on the Senate’s Passage of Immigration Reform Legislation The American Gaming Association (AGA) applauds this first major achievement toward reforming the U.S. immigration system.  As an industry that supports more than 800,000 […]

2013 Report Shows Commercial Casino Industry’s Highest Growth Rates Since Recession

In 2012, the national commercial casino industry saw its second-largest gross gaming revenues ever, according to a national economic impact study released today by the American Gaming Association (AGA). The annual State of the States: The AGA Survey of Casino Entertainment shows an industry that has now seen three consecutive years of escalating growth—reaching its […]

Commercial Gaming Companies Go “All In for Giving & Volunteering” During National Volunteer Week

WASHINGTON –In recognition of National Volunteer Week, which runs April 21-27, commercial gaming companies nationwide are taking part in dozens of organized community service activities and the American Gaming Association released new research quantifying industry philanthropic contributions. The activities are part of the “All In for Giving & Volunteering” campaign coordinated by the AGA. “Year […]