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CASINO NEWS


ECA awards two Gender Diversity Scholarships to Executive Development Program


The European Casino Association (ECA) has announced that Kristina Kratz from Westspiel, Germany, and Jaana Ruokamo from Casino Helsinki, Finland, have been awarded the third Gender Diversity Scholarship to the prestigious Executive Development Program (EDP). The EDP, which is co-organised by UNR


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College of Business and Extended Studies and UNLV International Gaming Institute (IGI), has established itself over the years as one of the most prestigious trainings in the gaming industry. This year, the EDP “All the crises, all the time” edition will – in line with the current Corona situation – take place online and will focus on crises management. Seminars, workshops, and team activities will be held in the week from 15 to 21 November; double sessions will help in accommodating the different time zones of the participants joining from all over the world. This year’s program aims to prepare the industry’s leaders to face unexpected


challenges through crisis management, communication, customer engagement, and team management. It is also a unique occasion to share relevant practices that have proved effective with gaming professionals worldwide. As in previous years, the scholarship is sponsored by the ECA, Clarion Gaming,


and the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM). The two available scholarships cover the full program costs. The jury from the sponsoring organisations has examined the applications and awarded two ambitious women from the European land-based casino industry aspiring to a leadership position and broadening their professional education.


IGT ETGs help promote in-casino social distancing at Encore


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IGT has announced that Encore Boston Harbor recently expanded its IGT Electronic Table Games (ETG) footprint from 40 units to 88 total units. IGT’s ETG terminals can be found throughout the luxury Everett, Mass. casino and collectively account for one of the largest, single-property ETG installations in North America. Patrons of Encore Boston Harbor can now enjoy a range of player-favorite IGT table games such as live blackjack, roulette and baccarat, and Random Number Generated (“RNG”) baccarat. “We are pleased that Encore Boston


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Harbor is benefi ting from the quality and versatility of IGT’s Dynasty Electronic Table Games and the robust game and side bet library that we have developed over the last several years,” said Nick Khin, IGT Chief Operating Offi ce, Gaming. “IGT’s Dynasty ETGs


give our customers choice and convenience for where and how they offer table games, while the terminal’s design easily accommodates social distancing requirements and labour optimisation.” Encore Boston Harbor’s Dynasty ETG deployment includes a mix of units


with landscape and portrait-oriented game displays. Each unit gives players the opportunity to wager on multiple games simultaneously.


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