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 26 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, San Marino and Montenegro.
The main purpose and objective of the ECA is to address and promote issues related to casinos and/or casino operations. In so doing, the ECA hopes to provide a focal point on casino matters for casino operators as well as for EU and national policy makers and stakeholders. To this end, the ECA aims to serve as a network for information; information that shall be used to communicate and work with the EU institutions on anything related to casino operations.
The ECA does not pursue any profit motive.
Within said purpose, the association aims to: