Growth the target for Gaming Arts after Jean Venneman appointment

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Gaming Arts, the Las Vegas based gaming manufacturers, has revealed that industry executive Jean Venneman has joined the Company as CCO to lead sales, marketing and product management.

The firm, “the world leader in bingo and keno games and technology,” states that it’s striving to make an imprint into the electronic gaming machine market via slots games.

Venneman joins Gaming Arts after two year as Senior Vice President of Business Development for High 5 Games, the land-based, online, social and mobile markets games developers.

Prior to this she held a variety of roles for Scientific Games and its acquired company Bally Technologies, as well as serving International Game Technology (IGT) for 17 years.

Speaking of the new appointment, Venneman commented: “I am honoured and thrilled to join Gaming Arts at such an exciting time, as the Company continues to build momentum in the areas of Bingo, Keno and now truly innovative electronic gaming machines.  I look forward to working with the team to expand our success and presence in more and more markets.”

Mike Dreitzer, Gaming Arts President, added: “We are excited to have a highly regarded executive of Jean’s caliber join our team.  We feel confident that she will help drive our growth, as we expand our portfolio from industry-leading bingo and keno products, to now include innovative and highly differentiated electronic gaming machines for tribal and commercial gaming floors.

“Jean brings more than 25 years of gaming industry experience leading key initiatives including product management, game development, and brand licensing – her experience, relationships, and business savvy will be a great asset to Gaming Arts.”