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AGEM Member Profile

KPMG LLP is the U.S. firm of the KPMG global organization of independent professional services firms providing audit, tax and advisory services. With over 30,000 employees, KPMG provides a wide range of services to all industries, as well as governments and not-for-profits. KPMG is widely recognized for being a great place to work and build a career.

KPMG’s gaming practice helps companies respond to key business and performance challenges. Facing unprecedented change, gaming organizations must balance opportunities with risks related to reputation, user authentication, privacy and security of sensitive information, regulatory requirements, and responsible gaming. KPMG understands this complex and heavily regulated environment, enabling the firm to assist clients to make informed decisions. KPMG’s global practice has a strong presence in major gaming centers throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. It serves many of the world’s largest online and land-based operators, as well as gaming suppliers, lotteries and racing organizations.

KPMG is focused on bringing emerging technology solutions to the gaming industry, leveraging AI and other automation tools to help gaming companies be more effective and efficient at process and control activities such as accounting, auditing and anti-money laundering.

KPMG is a gaming industry leader, as reflected in its presence at major conferences, its Las Vegas webcast series hosted through the pandemic, and recently published thought leadership on emerging issues: “Gaming Companies Place Their Bets, On Customer Expectations for Health and Safety and the Future of the Online Gaming Industry” and “Casino Gaming: Risks Through Recovery on Risk Trends Impacting Land-Based Casino Operators As They Emerge From Covid-19.”

KPMG will have a global presence at Global Gaming Expo and will attend the SBC Summit North America in December.

For more information, contact Rick Arpin, KPMG Las Vegas office managing partner, 702-498-7663 or

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