AGEM’s Board approved the membership applications of six new companies, bringing the trade group comprised of the world's leading gaming suppliers to a total of 168 members, an all-time high.
"We are happy with the news. It is a great reward for our work and demonstrates the market's consideration for RCT", says Hugo Baungartner, director of the company and son of Jose Carlos, founder and one of the RCT Gaming partners.
One of them is RCT Gaming, which started in Brazil more than 20 years ago and since 2002 it is reference in the Latin America market. Shortly after the Zico Law was passed in 1993 in Brazil, it began to develop bingo games for the local market, and was one of the first to install machines in Rio de Janeiro bingos in 1995.
Now, based in Mexico City, RCT Gaming develops software and hardware for video bingo and slot machines and also offers machines on a sale or rental basis.
“The experience in Brazil, has given us the opportunity to extend our activities to other countries,” states the company, which in 2005 started activities in Peru and three years later did the same in Colombia. In 2010 the firm started online activities in Mexico, three years later in USA and in 2015 finally opened its own offices in that country.
Currently, it is present in almost all Latin America, including markets such as Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Chile and Paraguay. “Soon we will have news of new countries where we will take our expertise. Today we are present with our developments in important gaming groups, among them, Caliente, Dreams, Crown City and Masaris,” says the company.
RCT Gaming has gaming certifications from BMM and GLI.
The other companies that received approval from AGEM to become new members are: Comtrade Gaming, E4 Gaming, Gaming Specialized Logistics, Millennial Esports, and Rising Digital Corp.
Also AGEM Board of Directors has approved a new three-year contract extension for respected gaming industry veteran Marcus Prater that will keep him as the organization's Executive Director into 2021.