AGEM Board published results of Officer Elections

The international association of suppliers and manufacturers chose their new officers.

Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers decided to keep the majority of its officers in their jobs.

US.- AGEM’s Officer Elections results were announced yesterday. The current work group was elected during the second year of a 2-year term position of its President, Thomas A. Jingoli, Chief Compliance Officer for Konami Gaming.

The Board of Directors has elected seven 1-year term posts, including First and Second Vice Presidents: Dan Savage (Chief Administration Officer, Scientific Games,) David Lucchese (Executive Vice President, Games, Everi) and the re-elect Secretary, Mark Dunn, (Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Aristocrat Leisure Limited.)

The new slate of officers is completed by Treasurer Tom Nieman (Vice President of Sales & Marketing, JCM Global), Vice President of Government Relations Steven DiMasi (Vice President of Global Government Relations, IGT,) Co-General Counsel Harper Ko (Deputy General Counsel – Gaming, Scientific Games) and Co-General Counsel Daron Dorsey (General Counsel, North American Operations, Ainsworth Game Technology.)

AGEM’s work is very relevant for their support of the interests of gaming industry, their major achievement is to benefit every company within the organization. The non-profit international association represents manufacturers and suppliers of all kind of participants either in the online world and in casinos. 149 companies of 21 countries are members of AGEM, who helps them solve legislative problems and develops strategies to improve responsible gaming initiatives.

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