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Keith Kruczynski

Keith Kruczynski of Ainsworth Game Technology

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Our guest for this week’s GGB Podcast is Keith Kruczynski, vice president of studios for North America at Ainsworth Game Technology. Kruczynski is a veteran game designer and R&D executive, having spent 12 years as director of game development for the former Bally Technologies, followed by stints at IGT and, most recently, as the first vice president of game development for Gaming Arts. He joins Ainsworth as that company’s game development efforts are expanding.

Frank Legato is editor of Global Gaming Business magazine. He has been writing on gaming topics since 1984, when he launched and served as editor of Casino Gaming magazine. Legato, a nationally recognized expert on slot machines, has served as editor and reporter for a variety of gaming publications, including Public Gaming, IGWB, Casino Journal, Casino Player, Strictly Slots and Atlantic City Insider. He has an B.A. in journalism and an M.A. in communications from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. He is the author of the books, How To Win Millions Playing Slot Machines... Or Lose Trying, and Atlantic City: In Living Color.  

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