AGEM welcomes 3 new members

Oct 22, 2009 7:33 PM
by David Stratton |

The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) today announced three new members: Lightning Gaming, SCA Gaming and Ceronix, Inc.

Based in Philadelphia, Lightning Gaming designs and develops electronic poker tables and slot/video gaming machines.

Lightning is expected to display about 20 products at next month’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas. The company recently announced a licensing deal with Hasbro to manufacture video slots based on its popular Scrabble game.

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The company was founded by Brian Haveson, a founder and former CEO of Nutri/Systems, and a professional poker player of 10 years. He has cashed in 28 major poker tournaments, including 10 World Series of Poker events.

SCA Gaming, based in Las Vegas, is a leader in marketing and gaming promotions, and has worked with more than 360 casinos on more than 3,000 promotions, which had paid out nearly $100 million to lucky winners.

Ceronix, Inc., based in Auburn, California, is a leader in the development and manufacturing of color video display monitors and related hardware for gaming and kiosks used in casinos and other gaming applications.

The AGEM is an international trade association that represents manufacturers and suppliers of electronic gaming devices, systems, products and services for the commercial gaming industry.

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