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AGEM MEMBERSHIP NEWS MEMBER PROFILE Company /Gaming Support B.V.


Web address /www.gamingsupport.com AGEM Membership level / Bronze level member


Description / Gaming Support was founded in May 2000. Te head office is located in Rotterdam (Te Netherlands), with offices in Belgium and Las Vegas, Nevada (US).


Over the years, Gaming Support has expanded its product and


service offerings from being solely focused on Te Netherlands to having products placed inside casinos and gambling halls on six of the world’s seven continents. Gaming Support is the


premier provider of outsourced gaming services. With tens of thousands of devices under management, Gaming Support’s world-class service organisation possesses the training,


experience and infrastructure needed to launch your operation and keep it running smoothly.


Casino services delivered by Gaming Support are based on


decades of experience installing, maintaining and refurbishing all 14 of the casinos operated by Holland Casino in the Netherlands; this means that every day of the year Gaming


Support look after 7,000 or so gaming machines, almost 500 live tables, and all the peripheral equipment essential to operate these machines and tables.


New products for 2017 / Gaming Support will be presenting the following new innovative products at the G2E Show: Slot


Sense and G.A.M.E. Tese products give you full control of your slot machine. Come find out more at Booth 2623.


Newsworthy events to share / Gaming Support is Europe’s


largest sign builder. Furthermore the company is thrilled to present its new product combining Gaming Support’s


Progressive Jackpot Controller together with J.P Slots video displays in cooperation with Dynasty Games.


Forthcoming events / Gaming Support will be attending G2E (Booth 2623) in Las Vegas this October and next year in London at the ICE Show.


AGEM INDEX


The AGEM Index experienced a slight increase on mixed stock performance. The composite index stood at 423.92 points at the close of July 2017, which represents an increase of 1.97 points, or 0.47 per cent, when compared to June 2017. The AGEM Index reported a year-over-year increase for the 22nd consecutive month and has climbed 129.24 points, or 43.9 per cent, since July 2016. During the latest period, six of the 13 global gaming equipment manufacturers reported month-to- month increases in stock price, with two up by more than 10 per cent. Seven manufacturers reported decreases in stock price during the month, with two posting double-digit declines.


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.


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MEMBERSHIP NEWS


AGEM Key Board of Directors Actions l Reed Expo Senior VP Melissa Ashley, Allie Barth, Senior Director, Industry Services, American Gaming Association (AGA) and Todd Sheahan, Event Director, Reed Expo gave a short presentation at the recent Board meeting regarding the forthcoming G2E show. New for this year’s show is the Matchmaking program which leverages industry expertise by matching visitors to exhibitors based on their registration responses / objectives. Also, new to the show floor is the Innovation Lab and Keynote stage. Te two keynote speeches will take place on Tursday, which should grow visitor numbers on the last day of the show. In 2016 the conference program had a fuller agenda on the Tursday which resulted in an 18 per cent increase in attendance on that day. It is hoped the new program will build on these numbers.


l Te Nevada Gaming Control Board recently announced it has drafted proposed revisions to the minimum internal control standards (MICS) as a result of amendments to Regs 5, 5A, 22 and 26C for wagering accounts. AGEM members were notified that comments on the new language will be accepted up to August 18 with a public workshop scheduled for September 20 in Las Vegas.


l Te 20th AGEM-AGA Golf Classic presented by JSM Global will take place on May 1 2018 at Shadow Creek. To mark this special anniversary and in light of the prestigious stature of Shadow Creek, AGEM members agreed to increase the annual contribution to $60,000 on a one-off basis. Te 2017 event hit a new high in raising $155,000 which will provide much needed funds for the National Center of Responsible Gaming (NCRG).


l AGEM members were updated with a draft document from Te New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) who is asking the industry for input on updated skill-based gaming regulations. Te most significant development is the creation of a category for pure skill games that no longer need to meet the minimum return to player of 83 percent for slot machines. Te draft also reaffirms the allowance of adaptive play features in games for New Jersey.


l Two new Associate members were approved at the August meeting. Automated Systems America, Inc., based in Glendale, California, is a provider of ATMs and cash access services to both retail and gaming customers. ArdentSky, LLC, based in Potomac, Maryland, is a regulatory compliance company that standardises and streamlines business practices associated with gaming compliance management. Tis brings the number of members to 151.


Events and Activities l Te Australasian Gaming Expo, took place August 15-17, in Sydney. Tis year’s show


was located in the new convention center in Darling Harbour and promised to be 30 per cent larger. AGEM Executive Director, Marcus Prater took part as a speaker on a gaming technology panel.


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