The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has a new slate of officers including some new faces, the group announced on Wednesday.
The position of AGEM president, held by Tom Nieman, vice president of worldwide marketing at consumer transaction technology supplier JCM Global, was not up for election. Mr Nieman has just started the second year of a two-year term.
One-year terms were approved for other positions. David Lucchese, executive vice president and head of digital and interactive business at Everi Holdings Inc, was re-elected for a new term as a vice president of AGEM. Everi is a casino gaming equipment and payment technology supplier.
Two new members have joined AGEM’s board of directors. Luke Orchard, senior vice president, chief compliance and risk management officer at casino slot machine and lottery services provider International Game Technology Plc (IGT), was appointed a vice president of the trade association. Robert Parente, senior vice president and chief revenue officer at Scientific Games Corp’s gaming division, has also joined the AGEM board as a vice president.
Other re-elected officers included: secretary – Mark Dunn, executive vice president and general counsel at slot machine maker Aristocrat Leisure Ltd; treasurer – Thomas Jingoli, executive vice president and chief commercial officer for casino equipment maker Konami Gaming Inc; and general counsel – Daron Dorsey, general counsel for North American operations at slot machine supplier Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd.
AGEM is a non-profit international trade association representing manufacturers and suppliers of products and services for the gaming industry. Its current membership includes 164 companies spread across 23 countries, according to Wednesday’s release. A supplier to mainland China’s regulated lottery industry was among nine new members announced by AGEM in December.
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