Aruze Australia names new general manager

Aruze Gaming’s Australia arm has announced the appointment of Cameron Louis as general manager.

As general manager, effective July 10, 2017, Cameron will oversee Aruze’s operations in Australia and his responsibilities will cover Sales, Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Production and Service functions.

“Aruze is very fortunate to have Cameron join the company. Under Cameron’s outstanding leadership and strong capacity of growing the business, we are very confident to aggressively grow our market share in the next 12 months,” said Aruze’s Global COO Yugo Kinoshita.

Cameron’s career in the gaming industry spans 20 years, most recently as senior vice president Asia Pacific at Interblock.

In this position, Cameron was responsible for achieving annual budget, opening new jurisdictions and was a key member of the product planning and strategy.

Prior to joining Interblock, Cameron held multiple managerial positions at International Game Technology and Ainsworth Game Technology.

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