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Mike Rumbolz

President & CEO, Everi

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Mike Rumbolz

When Everi joined together an up-and-coming slot company, Multimedia Games, and the industry’s most powerful payment processor, Global Cash Access, it was a marriage of diverse companies and cultures. Board member Mike Rumbolz was brought in as president and CEO to fix the problems, and fix them he did. He’s been able to create a powerful brand that spans the two technologies, and develop cutting edge products on both sides of the equation. The financial technologies division has upped its game and now processes billions of dollars in payments every month. On the slot side, new cabinets and content have created truly unique games that can be enjoyed on any platform. Rumbolz spoke with Editor Frank Legato in August for the cover story of the October issue of GGB.

Frank Legato
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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