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CASINO NEWS


IGT’s After School Advantage program donates computer lab to Boys and Girls Club


Le named interim CEO and president of Washington’s Snoqualmie casino


The Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada’s Lied Memorial Club unveiled its new computer lab as a part of IGT’s After School Advantage program with an official ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony on January 10. Through IGT’s After School Advantage program and $15,000 donation, IGT employees renovated the Club’s outdated computer lab and equipped it with ten new computer stations, fresh paint, upgraded fixtures and technology such as a 3D printer and an interactive white board. This is the second IGT After School Advantage program-sponsored facility in Nevada. “This new technology provides our students


with the resources they need to succeed today and sets them up for success in their future careers,” said Andy Bischel, Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada President and CEO. “IGT has been an exceptional partner and we are grateful for their investment which will help to ensure that every kid who walks through these doors reaches their full potential.” “IGT is proud to extend our partnership with the


Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada to include the new IGT After School Advantage computer lab at the organisation’s flagship facility,” said Luke Orchard, IGT Chief Compliance Officer and BGCSNV Board Member. “It’s exciting to launch the STEAM element of our After School Advantage program in Nevada and to complement the good work that the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada already accomplishes.” Several elected officials including US Senator


Catherine Cortez-Masto, US Congresswoman Dina Titus, Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones, along with representatives from Senator Jacky Rosen and Governor Steve Sisolak’s office participated in the event This lab marks the 316th IGT After School


Advantage computer lab opened around the world and the first to incorporate the company’s new STEAM initiative – an ongoing partnership that commits IGT employees in STEAM roles to volunteer their time and talents to the organisation on a continuous basis.


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The Snoqualmie Tribe recently appointed Stanford Le as interim CEO and president of Snoqualmie Casino. Le joined the casino as the Chief Marketing Officer in June 2018, helping to shape the business strategy for what would become a record-setting 2019 for the property and a milestone year for the Tribe, who recently acquired the award-winning Salish Lodge and the surrounding traditional lands recognised as the birthplace of the Snoqualmie people. According to Le: “From the first day I joined Snoqualmie Casino 18 months ago, I’ve been inspired by the passion from our team members, the care the Tribe has about its work family and the neighbouring community, and especially the work ethic displayed by the younger Tribe members whom I have the fortune of helping to develop. I couldn’t be more honoured that the Tribe has chosen me to lead their casino into the next period of growth and success.” To ensure the continued success of the casino, Le


will call upon his global senior executive experience leading international, national, regional, and local integrated resort property strategy for Fortune 500 casino companies including Wynn Resorts, Sands China (Las Vegas Sands), and Caesars


SUZOHAPP appoints Kennedy to UK director of sales role


SUZOHAPP has appointed Tim Kennedy to the position of Director of Sales, Gaming & Amusement for the United Kingdom, effective immediately. Kennedy brings with him over 30 years of sales


and technology experience, 16 of those years in commercial delivery within the international gaming and betting markets. He held senior positions at both Bell Fruit Games and Barcrest Group before moving to the sports betting platform provider, OpenBet, where he ran the Retail and Omnichannel divisions. Most recently, Kennedy served as an advisor for the preeminent international gambling consultancy, Regulus Partners.


Kennedy will be tasked with growing


SUZOHAPP’s Gaming & Amusement business throughout the United Kingdom. Leveraging his extensive industry experience and knowledge, he will focus on customer relationship management and development, as well as introducing new product lines to the UK market. “Tim is a seasoned veteran of this industry


with a deep appreciation for both the business and technical aspects of the market,” said Sim Bielak, President of Global Gaming & Amusement. “He is a creative problem-solver whose driving focus is on delivering value to the customers he serves. We are thrilled to welcome Tim to the SUZOHAPP team.”


Entertainment. During his tenure with those companies, he has either opened or been part of the pre-opening planning for five different integrated resort properties. He holds two post-graduate degrees, a master’s degree in management and a law degree (JD), earned concurrently while attending Cornell University. Robert de los Angeles, Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Chairman, said in a statement: “The casino has had excellent executive leadership over the past two years, one of the many accomplishments being the recruitment of a strong management team including individuals like Stanford Le. We look forward to seeing Mr. Le and the Snoqualmie Casino team build on our current success and grow the company to even greater heights.”


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