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GameCo Names Comella to Head Compliance Committee

GameCo Names Comella to Head Compliance Committee

GameCo, Inc. last month announced the appointment of Marc Comella as an independent member and chairman of the compliance committee. Based in Las Vegas, Comella has 35 years of diverse gaming experience in the areas of regulatory compliance, product compliance, sales and service, and product development.

Previously, Comella served in a number of executive positions at Bally Technologies, including vice president of regulatory compliance, vice president of product management, senior vice president and general manager of the systems division, and vice president of projects and product compliance. As the company’s vice president of regulatory compliance, Comella ensured compliance with gaming laws applicable to business operations of the company in more than 300 global gaming jurisdictions.

In addition, Comella was appointed as a member of the Integration Management Office, where he was responsible for key integration projects resulting from the Bally’s acquisition of SHFL entertainment, Inc. in November 2013 and Scientific Games’ acquisition of Bally Technologies, Inc. in November 2014.

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