The Gaming Standards Association (GSA) announced on Thursday a new board of directors. Adrian Marcu, vice president for global architecture and interactive research and development at International Game Technology Plc, is returning as chairman of the GSA, the trade association said in a press release.
Serving as new vice chairman of the board will be Roman Czubak, senior system analyst at Novomatic Gaming Industries GmbH. The treasurer will continue to be Keith Wood, vice president for systems design and development at Aristocrat Technologies Inc.
Byron Bridger, director of marketing and destination at Atlantic Lottery Corp, will again serve as GSA’s new secretary.
The international trade group has offices in the United States, Macau – serving the Asia region – and Europe. GSA’s Europe division was created last month and will be based in Malta, the trade association announced on January 20.
Also joining the GSA as board members are: Randy Hedrick of Scientific Games Corp; Syed Hussain, chief information officer of the Oregon State Lottery; Mike Langedock, vice president of information technology at the Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corp; and Francesco Rodano, chief policy officer of Playtech Plc.
The GSA was established in 1998 and has nearly 60 member and affiliate companies and organisations.
“GSA’s board of directors reflects the makeup of its membership – a collection of companies who represent the many disciplines of our diverse and vibrant industry,” said GSA’s president Peter DeRaedt in a statement.
“GSA creates standards for the entire industry, it is important that our membership and board reflect that,” he added.
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