David Lucchese replaces Luke Orchard as president of the board while another six officials were elected for a one-year term.
Asia.- The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) has announced results of the election for its board of directors.
David Lucchese, executive vice president at Everi, was elected as board’s new president.
Lucchese, who previously AGEM vice president, will replace Luke Orchard, senior vice president, chief compliance & risk management officer at IGT, for a two-year term.
Orchard now moves to become vice president of the association for a one-year term.
Elaine Hodgson, president and CEO of Incredible Technologies, Robert Parente, senior vice president of Scientific Games, and Thomas Jingoli, executive vice president of Konami Gaming, were also elected as AGEM vice presidents for one-year terms.
Eric Fisher, senior vice president of Crane Payment Innovations, was appointed as AGEM secretary. Hector Fernandez, president of Aristocrat Technologies in the Americas, was voted treasurer.
Finally, Daron Dorsey, senior vice president for Ainsworth Game Technology in the Americas, will be AGEM’s general counsel.
Currently, 187 gaming equipment manufactures based in 22 countries are members of the AGEM.