BMM International LLC, known as BMM Testlabs, has appointed André Wilsenach – a former gaming regulator and until December an inaugural executive director of the International Center for Gaming Regulation at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas – as its senior vice president of government relations.
From 2002 onward and for more than a decade Mr Wilsenach was executive director of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, a regulator of online gambling. Prior to that he helped advise the post-apartheid government of Nelson Mandela to legalise and regulate gaming business in South Africa.
A press release issued by BMM – a gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy with business worldwide – said Mr Wilsenach would “support the continued expansion of BMM Testlabs’ global footprint” thanks to his “expertise in government relations and gaming regulations that spans 20-plus years and several countries”.
Martin Storm, president and chief executive of BMM Testlabs, said in a prepared statement contained in the announcement of the appointment: “André is going to be a tremendous asset to BMM as we continue to grow and serve the industry as a trusted consultant on regulatory matters.”
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