Andrew Burke

Senior Vice President, Slot Products, AGS

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Although still quite young, Andrew Burke has one of the longest tenures at the innovative slot manufacturer AGS. Joining AGS in 2008, he was instrumental in the success of the Colossal Gaming and Cadillac Jack acquisitions, helping ensure a smooth integration of both companies into AGS. With his contributions, the momentum of the newly launched Orion premium cabinet has been the strongest in AGS’ history. He was recently promoted to senior vice president of slot products and reports to Executive Vice President Matt Reback. In his new role, he will be focused on strengthening AGS’ slot product strategy and operations to ensure output supports the rapidly growing demand in Class II and Class III markets. He spoke with GGB Publisher Roger Gros and Editor Frank Legato at the AGS GameOn conference at MGM National Harbor in June.

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