GLI names new chief operating officer in Australia

Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) is welcoming its new GLI Australia chief operating officer (COO) Erdal Eskin.

With over 20 years of experience in the Australian gaming industry, Eskin has forged strong relationships with the clients he has worked with and has served in various progressive roles within the industry.

As GLI Australia COO, Eskin manages GLI’s Sydney laboratory and oversees operations and supplier relations for each of the GLI’s three Australian-based laboratories in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne.

GLI Australia’s chief executive officer Ian Hughes said, “We are extremely fortunate to have Erdal join our team of professionals. With a proven ability to build high-performing teams of experts, he will be an asset to the GLI team. The connections he’s cultivated are invaluable, and we are looking forward to his expertise and ability to strengthen our Australian teams.”

Eskin has stepped into various high-level positions in his career, including Engineering Manager and General Manager of Engineering. With vast experience managing different departments within an organisation and providing effective leadership to the employees he has overseen, Eskin has the unique ability to strengthen client relationships and ensure technical compliance issues are resolved quickly and efficiently.

Eskin holds a Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical, from University of Technology, Sydney. He has also obtained various industry licenses, including: NSW Poker Machine Technician’s License; NSW Casino Special Employee License; NSW Electrical Contractor’s License; and Tasmania Gaming Technician’s License.

More news from this jurisdiction

AustraliaMonday, Dec 04, 2017

Australia’s online bookmakers are stepping up their efforts to sway government leaders in Victoria from adopting a point of consumption tax.

AustraliaFriday, Dec 01, 2017

A Sydney council has become one of the first to call on the NSW state government to put a cap on poker machine licenses in its area.

AustraliaThursday, Nov 30, 2017

CrownBet has agreed to no longer impede the US$8.3 billion Tabcorp Tatts merger, after reaching a settlement agreement with the wagering giant.

AustraliaWednesday, Nov 29, 2017

South Australia Deputy Premier John Rau said he has received “disturbing” reports of online gambling providers enticing children and other vulnerable people to gamble, local media reports.

AustraliaWednesday, Nov 29, 2017

Slot design specialist Lightning Box has secured a new agreement with High 5 Games, one of the pioneers of social casino gaming.

Australia, ElsewhereWednesday, Nov 29, 2017

Oulala will expand its monetized platform via its new partnership with Bravio, initially seeking to penetrate the relatively untapped Indian mobile market networks.

AustraliaTuesday, Nov 28, 2017

A new whistleblower in the Crown pokies tampering case has come forward, alleging that the casino operator instructed staff to remove certain gambling options that allowed punters to win too much.