Interblock DD, a specialist in the supply of casino electronic table games, announced on Wednesday the appointment of Brad Glencross as product manager for Asia Pacific.
Mr Glencross has more than 20 years of product management experience, including nearly 15 years in the Asia Pacific gaming industry, the Slovenia-based company said in a press release.
“We are pushing forward quickly throughout the Asia Pacific region, including opening a permanent office in Sydney [and] new installations in the Macau market,” Interblock senior vice president of Asia Pacific, Cameron Louis, said in a statement.
He added: “As part of our growth strategy, we are building an entire sales and support team for the region, and we are thrilled to welcome Brad to that team.”
Most recently, Mr Glencross was technical director for a subsidiary of electronic table games supplier LT Game Ltd, responsible for all markets outside Macau. Previously, he was with Shuffle Master Australia Ltd, where he served in a number of product-related positions.
Interblock, established in 1989, specialises in supplying fully- and semi-automated electronic table games and video gaming machines for casinos, gaming arcades and gambling halls.
In Asia, the company has a strong presence in Vietnam and the Philippines, and plans to increase its footprint in other regional jurisdictions, Mr Louis told GGRAsia in May. The firm recently installed its first electronic table games in New South Wales, in Australia.
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