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SG’s Lai Given Digital Role

SG’s Lai Given Digital Role

Scientific Games Corporation has named Cathryn Lai, formerly senior vice president of products, marketing and gaming operations, to head the company’s digital division, SG Digital, as senior vice president and general manager for the U.S. market.

Lai has a wealth of experience within the industry across product management, marketing, brand management, operations, and process improvement. She will be heavily involved in SG Digital’s U.S. operations, which have experienced significant growth following several new commercial wins across the division’s iGaming and sports betting product areas.

Lai’s appointment represents an evolution of SG Digital to meet the growing demands of an ever-expanding customer base in the U.S. The company anticipates further growth in the coming months, as strong interest in its products from U.S. operators continues to drive ongoing momentum.

“Cathryn’s talent and expertise are well known to Scientific Games already, and we’re excited to have her on board with SG Digital,” said Jordan Levin, Group CEO of SG Digital.

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