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AGEM Member Profiles

Gold Member Profile
Novomatic Gaming Industries GmbH

The Novomatic AG Group is one of the largest gaming technology companies in the world. Founded in 1980, Novomatic is a producer of high-tech gaming equipment and operator of electronic casinos, regular casinos and sports betting outlets, as well as a technology and service partner in the lottery segment. Novomatic is a one-stop solution provider covering the entire spectrum of gaming.

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Bronze Member Profile
Gaming Arts LLC

Gaming Arts, LLC is an end-to-end gaming equipment technology provider of electronic gaming machines, bingo, keno, and interactive casino promotional systems. Headquartered in Las Vegas, the company holds gaming licenses in approximately 120 jurisdictions including North America, Latin America, the Pacific Rim, and South Africa.

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Associate Member Profile
Deloitte LLP

Deloitte LLP, built on more than 175 years of service, provides audit, assurance, regulatory, risk and financial advisory, tax and related consulting services in more than 150 countries and territories. Through its more than 330,000 people worldwide, Deloitte aims to help its clients realize their ambitions and make a positive difference.

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