Wymac Gaming Solutions joins Gaming Technologies Association

The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) is pleased to confirm Wymac Gaming Solutions as an Associate Member. “Wymac Gaming Solutions is an increasingly influential industry participant and we welcome its expertise and knowledge to our Association” said GTA Chairman Adrian Halpenny.  “Wymac will provide welcome input, particularly to GTA’s Technical Committee


SA-Best poker machine policy is misleading voters

The Gaming Technologies Association today called Nick Xenophon’s SA-Best Party to withdraw its gaming policy after a recent decision in the Federal Court rejected two of the key claims underlying Mr Xenophon’s policy. In the policy announcement yesterday Nick Xenophon committed SA-Best to: “Making [poker] machines ‘con-free’ by removing misleading


Gaming Technologies Association Statement

The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) today said the Tasmanian Labor Party’s attack on poker machines in hotels and clubs was an act of economic vandalism that will cost jobs and strip millions from the Government’s capacity to fund essential services for the community.    “This policy is a disaster for

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