“The membership solidifies OKTO’s dedication to the highest regulatory standards, continual support for responsible gambling practices, and the advancement of digital transformation in the industry,” the company said in a statement.
As the trade group representing the U.S. industry, AGA seeks to foster a policy and business environment that allows legal and regulated gaming to thrive.
The AGA’s membership of commercial and tribal casino operators, sports betting and iGaming companies, gaming suppliers, and more lead the $329 billion industry and support 1.8 million jobs across the country, a press release notes.
As a member of the AGA, OKTO aims to bolster its ability to provide cashless payment services to regional merchants while actively engaging with local authorities for a secure and responsible gambling ecosystem.
Theo Engelis, OKTO’s Vice President North America, expressed: “Joining the AGA allows us to contribute to the advancement of the American gaming landscape. OKTO is committed to upholding stringent regulatory standards and collaborating closely with local authorities to deliver innovative, secure, and efficient cashless payment solutions in the American gaming industry.”
OKTO stated that it will actively participate in member events to share its perspective on the digital payments’ environment. Further, the company said that this commitment “underscores OKTO’s dedication to remaining at the forefront of the American gaming industry,” fostering industry relationships and supporting shared business objectives.