Legislative efforts by several states to crack down on so-called grey-market gaming machines either through measures banning the devices or stepped up enforcement efforts received support Tuesday from about two-dozen gaming organizations.
The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) and the American Gaming Association (AGA) announced a new partnership with 21 other organizations to tackle what the groups call the “unchecked spread of unregulated gaming machines” throughout the United States.
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