The Gaming Standards Association (GSA) announced on Monday a new board of directors. Adrian Marcu, vice president for global architecture and interactive research and development at International Game Technology, is returning as chairman of the GSA, the trade association said in a press release.
Serving as vice chairman of the board will be Mark Pace, vice president for global technical operations at Scientific Games Inc.
Klaus Peltsch, director of architecture and emerging technologies of Ontario Lottery Gaming Corp, will be the GSA’s new secretary. The treasurer will be Keith Wood, vice president for systems design and development at Aristocrat Technologies Inc.
The international trade group has offices in the United States and in Macau, the latter serving the Asia region. The association in June last year announced the establishment of an office in Europe.
Also joining the GSA as board members are: Roman Czubak of Austrian Gaming Industries GmbH; Rachel Barber, vice president of GTech Corp; Byron Bridger, director of marketing and destination at Atlantic Lottery Corp; Syed Hussain, chief information officer of Oregon State Lottery; David Oh, vice president for innovation and technology services at Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission; Shay Segev, chief operating officer of Playtech Plc; Kevin Trombo, director of enterprise architecture and planning at Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corp; and Jeanne-Marie Wilkins, chief information officer of Isle of Capri Casinos Inc.
The GSA was established in 1998 and has about 60 member and affiliate companies and organisations.
“GSA’s leadership and board membership represent the wide diversity that comprises the global gaming industry. We are honoured to have these esteemed individuals at GSA’s board, each of whom are committed to delivering the freedom and power to do what you want through GSA’s innovative and industry-leading protocols and standards,” said GSA president Peter DeRaedt.
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