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Scientific Games Names Chief HR Officer, Asia VP

Scientific Games Names Chief HR Officer, Asia VP

Scientific Game Corp. announced two appointments last month.

Eileen Moore Johnson will join the company as executive vice president and chief human resources officer.

In this role, Johnson will oversee the company’s global human resources organization and report directly to Scientific Games President and CEO Barry Cottle.

A well-respected gaming industry leader, Johnson joins Scientific Games from Caesars Entertainment, where she served as regional president of the Cromwell, Flamingo, Harrah’s and The LINQ resorts, overseeing more than 7,000 employees and operations at the four Las Vegas Strip properties. During her career with Caesars, she also held leadership roles at Horseshoe Southern Indiana and Harrah’s New Orleans.

Clinton Long

And the company has promoted Clinton Long, formerly sales director of the company’ Asian Gaming Group, to the position of vice president of Asia.

Long relocated to Macau in 2014, and has been serving as the de facto head of sales for the Asian gaming group since March. He has been a member of SG’s leadership team sine 2013, and has 19 years of gaming industry experience, including 13 years in the Asian gaming market.

Prior to SG, Long was with Aristocrat, where he helped develop that company’s Southeast Asia business.

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