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Bally Names Systems Sales Director

Slot and system manufacturer Bally Technologies, Inc. announced it has named Mark J. Wiedemer director of systems sales.

Wiedemer was most recently director of systems sales for Konami Gaming. Previously, he was with Bally for seven years in international sales. During his previous run with Bally, Wiedemer helped to establish the company’s worldwide sales, distribution and operational network for its global systems and international Class III gaming devices.

“We are pleased to welcome Mark back to Bally,” said Derik Mooberry, Bally’s vice president of system sales-western North America. “Mark is a dynamic and proven senior sales executive whose extensive background in gaming will be a strong asset as we continue to grow our industry-leading systems business.”

“This is an exciting time to be returning to Bally Technologies, as the company outpaces the competition in all areas of systems and networked-gaming technology,” Wiedemer said. “I’m looking forward to working with Bally’s outstanding sales and management team once again as we continue to demonstrate our unsurpassed global leadership and innovation in the systems technology arena.”

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