AGA is to focus on gaming recovery in 2022
The American Gaming Association (AGA) announced that in the upcoming year it will keep up the recovering process after COVID-19 and make efforts in promoting responsible wagering on sport events.
The CEO of the Association, Bill Miller, highlighted:
“Despite the new challenges from COVID–19 or Omicron or the huge interest from policymakers, we won’t slow down. We started the year positively and at the end of the year, we recorded the highest GGR of all time”.
“There is no other industry that has recovered in such a short period of time after being affected by the Coronavirus. After the past challenging and hard years, we proved to be resilient and united. We all are proud of it”.
During the current year, AGA also linked up with 16 partners in its movement called ‘Have a Game Plan — Bet Responsibly’.
Reviewing the year, the head of the AGA remarked that the Association was generally focused on fastening gaming recovery, highlighting Biden Administration along with Capitol Hill pursuits to clog up the slowing policies, such as new taxes or promotion of international travel reopening.
AGA pinpointed its research, initial Gaming CEO Outlook, conducted with a purpose of informing the audience about the influence of Coronavirus on gaming industry during the previous year.
AGA’s president summed up the review thanking all the supporters and expressed his happiness as a member of the gaming industry.