Another Eight Join Gaming Standards Association

Membership currently stands at around sixty companies across the sector

International trade body, Gaming Standards Association (GSA), has grown its membership by eight with the addition of Australian company's eBet Gaming Systems, Reel Time Gaming, and Amtek Corporation.

US firms Interblock and LT Game along with Austrian company Greentube and Czech firm Amtek Apollo Soft have also signed up to the association.

In related news, the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association has entered into an affiliate membership agreement with the GSA.

"At GSA, we are gratified that our membership reflects the diversity of the gaming industry – in terms of the various facets of gaming in which they operate and the many countries they represent," said Peter DeRaedt, president of the GSA. "This global membership underscores our mission to bring standards to the entire global gaming industry."

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