Continuing the expansion of its notable team of executives, Las Vegas Gaming, Inc. has named Karen Fisher as Vice President of Business and Product Development. Fisher will evaluate business and product opportunities and strategies to enhance business growth.
Fisher will build on the momentum of LVGI's PortalVision(TM) launch. The product was recently named one of the Best Consumer Service Technologies for 2006 in the fourth annual Gaming & Technology Awards.
LVGI President and Chief Marketing Officer Stephen Crystal said, "We're thrilled to have Karen at LVGI. She was one of the first in the industry to lead ticket in/ticket out deployments on casino floors, and she brings that incredible innovative spirit to LVGI."
Fisher has been in the gaming industry for more than 25 years. She has held positions in administration, operations, compliance and business and slot product development with GTECH Corporation, Harrah's Entertainment, Konami Gaming, Station Casinos, Universal Distributing and WMS Gaming. During her career, she has managed many successful slot product and technology initiatives. Fisher has also owned and operated an administrative services business in Las Vegas.
About Las Vegas Gaming, Inc.
LVGI is a game-management system operator, supplier and game designer specializing in keno, bingo and lottery products. LVGI's patented PortalVision(TM) technology is a games and media content delivery system for gaming devices, smart phone technology and television. It is also the licensed operator of the Super Bonanza Bingo Progressive and the Million Dollar Ticket, as well as the highly acclaimed linked and progressive lottery-style keno game -- Nevada Numbers. LVGI is on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It holds over 50 gaming licenses in 14 states. For more information about LVGI, visit http://www.lvgi.com.
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