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Hall, Purohit Named Chairman, Vice Chairman of IGSA

Hall, Purohit Named Chairman, Vice Chairman of IGSA

The members of the International Gaming Standards Association (IGSA) have elected their board of directors for 2023. Following the election process, the board of directors met to select its chair and vice chair. The members and appointees are as follows:

  • Chairman: Earle G. Hall, President & CEO,
  • Vice Chairman: Nimish Purohit, Global Vice President of Quality-Gaming, Aristocrat Gaming
  • Treasurer: Paul Burns, ALC (ex-officio,


“I speak for the entire management team when I say congratulations and thank you to our elected board members for this new and exciting year,” said Peter DeRaedt, president of IGSA. “We have a great roadmap this year and the members could not have selected a better board to lead our initiatives.”

“I am honored to represent the prestigious global membership of this fine organization,” stated Hall. “Our industry needs us more than ever. The acceleration of artificial intelligence, payments, cloud, and security issues require new standards to support our members and our regulators. This year will be a great year, and we plan to serve our members with pride, diligence and proximity.”

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