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Living Legends

The 2014 Class of GGB's 25 People to Watch

Living Legends

The rapidly changing gaming industry is in dire need of bright, innovative people who are willing to take a chance to stay a step ahead. With changes in operations, the birth of new segments of the industry, and emphasis on technology and growth, the next generation of gaming industry leaders are going to be crucial to the continued success of any business enterprise.

For the 13th consecutive year, Global Gaming Business magazine is recognizing the people who are making a difference in the gaming industry. Nominated by our stellar Editorial Advisory Board, the people profiled in these pages have been recognized as leaders in their fields, performing their jobs with an eye toward the future, while recognizing where they have already been.

The 2014 “25 People to Watch” is a diverse group of individuals from every corner of the globe and every segment of the industry. To understand where the business is going, simply pay attention to what these people are going to do in 2014 and beyond, and you’ll have a good grasp of what will be important in the future.

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