GLI announces four promotions

May 2, 2023 9:09 AM
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  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports
May 2, 2023 9:09 AM
  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports
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Gaming Laboratories International this week announced the promotions of four leaders within the organization. Mackenzie Haugh is the new chief delivery officer; James Boje, managing director, EMEA; Devon Dalbock, chief operating officer, EMEA; and Martin Britton, chairman, EMEA.

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“These are trusted, exceptional leaders within our organization; their contributions are vital to our ongoing efforts to drive global consistency, providing a world-class delivery and customer experience for each of our clients, no matter the size or volume of submissions,” said GLI President and CEO James Maida in a statement. “We maintain this ongoing commitment to our customers by tirelessly enhancing testing strategies, processes and tools, training, and innovative solutions, and ensuring we have the highest caliber leadership driving the business forward. This commitment allows us to continue to advance and enhance our client and customer experience well into the future.

Haugh has been with GLI for more than 20 years and previously was vice president of engineering. He has extensive experience in the regulatory compliance testing of games, platforms, systems, hardware, protocols and peripherals for land-based lottery, and online, mobile, and sports betting products.
Boje has more than 35 years of experience in the gaming and hospitality industry, and previously was GLI’s chief operating officer for the EMEA region. Boje also has held key positions with IGT, CPI and Aristocrat.

With GLI since 2016, Dalbock has previously served as general manager and was responsible for the company’s African and Indian operations, working with regulators in various jurisdictions on current technical standards and new developments. He has over 35 years of senior executive and management experience.

Britton, former managing director of EMEA, assumes the role of EMEA chairman. He has worked on new acquisitions and preparing newly promoted team members for new roles. Britton will continue to focus on GLI’s global strategic direction and provide counsel and insight.