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AGEM Member Profile: GSL Gaming Group

AGEM Member Profile: GSL Gaming Group

GSL Gaming Group—Gaming Specialized Logistics—was formed by three highly respected gaming industry executives whose collective gaming experience encompasses over 70 years and over $1 billion in gross sales revenue—Kelcey Allison, chief executive officer; Mark Wiedemer, chief revenue officer; and John Glaser, chief operating officer.

Starting with logistics, GSL has added several companies over the past month. GSL’s focus is on introducing new companies to the American casino industry with both complementary and new products. GSL seeks out smaller companies with compelling products that have struggled to bring those products to market. GSL acts as a sales, service, marketing, systems and operations resource for companies that desire consulting services in any of these areas, and companies that are resource-limited that seek introduction into key commercial and tribal gaming entities.

GSL will be introducing a new, unique sports betting chair to the casino industry that has several key features to enhance the sports betting experience. The company also will be introducing a unique game conversion that allows for additional bets by the player on an existing game theme. GSL will also be debuting several new partners at G2E 2018.

Approaching G2E, GSL will expand its offerings and services to help companies make a major splash at the industry’s largest trade show. GSL will be announcing some major market disruption for the gaming industry.

GSL considers numerous opportunities and evaluates each one, and how GSL can advance its success. GSL takes pride in making sure its executives choose products and services that do not compete and, in most cases, complement the set of products and services that GSL represents.

For more information, contact Kelcey Allison at 702-480-8880 or email

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