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BMM Promotes Executives

Travis Foley

Travis Foley

International gaming testing company BMM Testlabs announced new global roles and promotions for three of its most seasoned executives as the company restructures from a regional to fully global organization.

Travis Foley, responsible for BMM’s growth in North America, was promoted to chief government and regulatory officer to oversee BMM’s global government and regulatory compliance business, with a focus on quality accreditation, technical compliance, adoption of new technical standards and tools, and regulator relationships.

Marzia Turrini

Marzia Turrini

Tasked to lead BMM’s worldwide digital, security and inspections business is Marzia Turrini, a BMM veteran highly regarded in Europe and Latin America, where she has led BMM to record growth and expansion. As the company’s new president of digital gaming,

Turrini will drive revenue growth for the company’s iGaming, sports betting and casino inspections businesses.

To oversee BMM’s large portfolio of land-based business, the company promoted Kirk White to president of land-based gaming. White is a longtime BMM executive who led the company’s Australia and Asia-Pacific growth, and now assumes oversight of land-based testing, certification and supporting service delivery globally.

Kirk White

Kirk White

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