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AGEM MEMBERSHIP NEWS MEMBER PROFILE


Company / TransAct Technologies Incorporated Web address /www.transact-tech.com AGEM Membership level / Silver


Description / TransAct Technologies Incorporated (Nasdaq: TACT) is a global leader in software-driven technology and printing solutions for high-growth markets including casino and gaming, lottery, food safety, banking, point-of-sale, hospitality, oil and gas, and medical and mobile. TransAct’s corporate headquarters is located in Hamden, CT with the Global Casino, Gaming and Lottery


Headquarters based in Las Vegas, NV. TransAct is pleased to participate as a Silver Member of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers.


New products for 2018 / TransAct continues to demonstrate its leadership in delivering best-in-class TITO printers to casino


operators worldwide by showcasing its new Epic Edge printer, the Epic Edge TT and Epic 950 TT enclosures alongside the complete lineup of Epic gaming device printers at the 2018 Global Gaming Expo Asia.


Te recently introduced Epic Edge is built on the proven long-term


performance of the industry-leading Epic 950 and is designed to be a drop-in replacement for the Epic 950, allowing operators to run both printers side-by-side. Attendees at the show will have a


chance to see first-hand the unmatched reliability of the Epic 950 and the Epic Edge, which is packed with technology to simplify casino operations and improve slot floor performance.


TransAct will also feature Epicentral, the gaming industry’s only enterprise-level promotion and bonusing software suite, which allows casino operators to target and deliver promotions to


customers in real-time directly at the slot machine and electronic table game. Capable of working with all existing slot management


systems and games, regardless of manufacturer, Epicentral provides casino slot and marketing teams with the unparalleled ability to


create a floor-wide bonusing environment that has been proven to drive increased time on device and, ultimately, increased revenue for the casino operator.


AGEM INDEX


The AGEM Index again experienced declines during March 2018. The composite index closed the month at 505.15 points, a drop of 8.32 points or 1.62 percent, when compared to February 2018. The AGEM Index reported a year-over-year increase for the 30th consecutive month and has climbed 134.87 points, or 36.87 percent, since March 2017.


During the latest period, seven of the 13 global gaming equipment manufacturers reported month-to- month increases in stock price. Six manufacturers reported decreases in stock price during the month, with one manufacturer posting a double-digit percentage decline.


AGEM is an international trade association representing manufacturers of electronic gaming devices, systems, lotteries and components for the gaming industry. The Association works to further the interests of gaming equipment manufacturers throughout the world. Through political action, tradeshow partnerships, information dissemination and good corporate citizenship, the members of AGEM work together to create benefits for every company within the organization. Together, AGEM and its member organisations have assisted regulatory commissions and participated in the legislative process to solve problems and create a positive business environment.


P54 NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE /MARKET DATA


MEMBERSHIP NEWS


AGEM Key Board of Directors Actions l Reed Expo Senior Vice President Melissa Ashley gave a short presentation to AGEM members recently regarding the forthcoming G2E Asia show. She was pleased to share positive news that pre-registration numbers are tracking 60 percent ahead of figures at this point last year, although this can change by the time the show opens. In terms of exhibitor floor space, they have sold over 15,000 square meters, a substantial increase over 2017 figures. Other new items include the launch of an expanded digital customer experience via a G2E Asia app, which attendees are encouraged to download as it features a useful 3-D floorplan with navigation system.


l AGEM recently approved funding of £3,000 for a new event being organised by Clarion Events. Brazil Legislators’ Day will take place on April 26 in Brasilia and follows the Brazil Gaming Congress in Sao Paulo on April 22-24. Te event will be held at the Chamber of Deputies and gives attendees the chance to interact with the Government Body at a crucial stage in Brazil gaming expansion discussions. Key industry figures have been invited to attend and AGEM will be represented by AGEM Mexico Committee Chairman, Carlos Carrion of Aristocrat, who will be on the panel.


l AGEM continues to work with the Nevada Gaming Commission on the proposed updated language of Regulation 14, a follow-up to the legislative passage of the AGEM-endorsed Assembly Bill 75 that was, among other things, designed to allow slot makers to incorporate new technologies from companies not licensed in Nevada as long as they accept responsibility for the inclusion of such technology into their games and platforms. After consultation with new NGCB Chairwoman Becky Harris regarding AGEM’s concerns over the proposed language, she has decided to cancel the public meeting so the content can be reviewed again.


l AGEM Director of Responsible Gaming Connie Jones and AGEM Executive Director Marcus Prater recently attended the American Gaming Association’s Responsible Gaming Collaborative meeting in Las Vegas. Tey were joined by 10 or so industry representatives and AGA staff to discuss the effectiveness of problem gaming and responsible gaming spending in the U.S. and to initiate effective policies and regulations for the industry. Tis proved to be a very positive event and will help to ensure success for responsible gaming initiatives moving forward.


l April saw two new Associate members welcomed to AGEM – Deloitte LLP, a global company with offices in Las Vegas, provide audit and assurance, consulting, risk and financial advisory, risk management, tax, and related services to select clients and trade show exhibit company, Plus Studios, also based in Las Vegas provide design, full service production, engineering, and the best project/account management personnel.


Events and Activities l AGEM once again has a booth at G2E Asia being held in Macau from 15-17 May. We look forward to welcoming new and existing members to the show.


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