GGB is committed to providing updated news and analysis on our weekly news site,

Valley Forge Names Pickus Chairman

Valley Forge Names Pickus Chairman

Valley Forge Casino Resort announced its board of managers has named Robert M. Pickus as chairman of the board. Pickus, who holds more than three decades of executive experience in the gaming industry, has broad expertise in strategic corporate planning, project development and operation, and regulatory compliance.

Pickus currently serves as a managing director of GCA Capital Group and as the CEO of its subsidiary, GCA Leisure, providing advisory and management consulting services for the hospitality, gaming and entertainment industries.

Previously, Pickus served as an officer of Trump Entertainment Resorts (TER) for more than 25 years, holding key leadership positions, including chief administrative officer, general counsel and corporate secretary. In 2005 and 2010, Pickus coordinated legal and financial advisers to accomplish TER’s successful efforts to restructure its capitalization.

Pickus also directed the financing, planning and development for a casino in Gary, Indiana, and negotiated management agreements for a casino in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and a Native American casino near Palm Springs, California.


    Recent Feature Articles

  • Diverse Experiences Deliver

    Aristocrat’s journey to the top of the slot industry

  • The Giant Awakens

    With citizens who are known to be some of Asia’s most prolific gamblers, Thailand has emerged as Asia’s next gaming opportunity

  • Responsible Gaming: All Together Now

    Voices from the American Gaming Association’s Responsible Gaming Month on the importance of responsible gaming and how the casino industry is handling the issue.

  • Global Games 2022

    The world’s game-makers prepare to wow attendees with the first unrestricted, fully international Global Gaming Expo since 2019

  • Testing, Testing, Testing

    Want to know whether a product, promotion or event will succeed even before it happens? Market research is the answer, but it has to be more nuanced than it has in the past