European Casino Association

The European Casino Association (ECA) represents national associations and individual operators of licensed land-based casinos in Europe. To date, the ECA represents the interests of approximately 900 casinos and over 70,000 employees in 25 countries across Europe. Founded in the early 1990s as the European Casino Forum, the ECA has grown steadily over the years and today includes members from nearly all EU Member States, as well as Switzerland, Serbia and San Marino.

 

ECA OFFICE LOOKING FOR AN EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Brussels, 28 April 2016
---- The European Casino Association is currently looking to collaborate on a part-time basis with an independent EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Download the role's description and information on how to apply here

 

ECA EXPANDS ITS MEMBERSHIP AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
London, 5 February 2016
---- ICE Totally Gaming at ExCeL once again set the scene for key developments in the structure of the European Casino Association (ECA), the voice of the lincenced European casino industry. The Republic of San Marino and three new Associate Members (Giesecke & Devrient, GTI Gaming & Easyplaytime) have been approved by the ECA Members during the ECAs General Assemby held at ExCel on February 2nd. Read the full press release here

 

AMERICAN GAMING ASSOCIATION AND EUROPEAN CASINO ASSOCIATION FORM A TRANS-ATLANTIC ALLIANCE TO COMBAT ILLEGAL GAMBLING
International Casino Conference Paves Way to Address Illegal Gambling; AGA and ECA aim to enhance information sharing and capacity building
London, 01 February 2016 - One week before the Super Bowl and at the International Casino Conference in London, the American Gaming Association (AGA) and the European Casino Association (ECA), announced a new partnership to tackle illegal gambling. 
Read the full press release here

 


 

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