LAS VEGAS (September 16, 2021) – “The global market for gaming technology has really exploded. There’s new technology opportunity, and there are certainly new players in the game,” says Marcus Prater, executive director of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) during his conversation with GLI CEO James Maida in the latest episode of Gaming Laboratories International’s (GLI®) Illuminating Conversations web series.
The episode is available now exclusively at https://gaminglabs.com/illuminatingconversations and lends an eye to suppliers’ exhibits at next month’s Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas.
For example, Maida and Prater give insights into the future of gaming and discuss the organization’s views on payment modernization and the threat posed by unregulated and illegal gaming devices sometimes referred to as “skill” games. The pair also talk about AGEM’s growth over the last decade and how suppliers have united through AGEM to pursue important issues affecting the gaming industry worldwide.
The gaming industry’s positive impact on community is also a topic, and as part of the discussion, Maida and Prater talk about GLI and AGEM’s Lasting Impact Philanthropic Initiative, which has helped to positively impact organizations such as UNLV’s College of Engineering, the International Problem Gambling Center, and the National Native American Veterans Memorial.
The Illuminating Conversations web series is yet another way GLI gives the gaming industry critical insights into the future that boost confidence to explore new markets. Watch this new episode now, and also access the entire Season One library for free, only at gaminglabs.com.
About Gaming Laboratories International
Gaming Laboratories International, LLC is committed to delivering the highest quality land-based, lottery, and iGaming testing and assessment services around the world. GLI provides suppliers, operators, and regulators with expert guidance for navigating the future of gaming and ensuring gaming innovations meet regulatory standards with confidence. Since 1989, GLI has certified nearly 2 million items and has tested equipment for more than 480 jurisdictions. GLI has a global network of laboratory locations across six continents, with U.S. and international accreditations for compliance with ISO/IEC standards for technical competence in the gaming, wagering and lottery industries. GLI was named “Best Laboratory” in the SAGSE Europe, LatAm, and USA Awards 2020, “Best Test Lab in the Baltics,” and “Best Test Lab in the Nordics” in the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards 2020. For more information, visit gaminglabs.com.
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