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GTA’s Ferrar Steps Down, Muir to be CEO

GTA’s Ferrar Steps Down, Muir to be CEO

Australia’s Gaming Technologies Association announced that its longtime CEO, Ross Ferrar, will be stepping down after 17 years heading the organization. He will be replaced by Chris Muir, who has been with the GTA since June.

The GTA is a trade organization that represents gaming machine technology suppliers in Australia. It is also the founder and organizer of the Australasian Gaming Expo, a casino industry trade show held annually in Sydney, which celebrated its 29th year last month.

“I would like to thank Ross for his service to the GTA for the past 17 years,” said GTA Chairman Adrian Halpenny. “He has been a keen and steadfast advocate for the association and its members, and has had a distinguished career in the industry.”

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