Indo Pacific Gaming opens table games division

Indo Pacific Gaming International on Wednesday announced the formation of a new table gaming sales and operations division, to be headed by casino gaming veteran Kevin M. Scorgie.

Indo Pacific Gaming International was formed in Australia in 1989. In 30 years working in the region, Indo Pacific Gaming International has grown into a significant regional gaming company well known for its electronic sales and operations around Southeast Asia.

Kevin Scorgie is a New Zealander by birth, who entered the Gaming Industry back in 1980 as a Dealer with the then Mecca Empire / London Clubs, in London, England. Since then, he has worked through the ranks to top managerial positions over his almost 38 years in the business – with his career taking him to England, France, New Zealand and several countries in S.E. Asia.

Kevin’s career in gaming has mainly been in Table Games Operations and more recently for the past 18 years in Casino Sales, Consulting and Management. His vast knowledge and understanding of Casino Operations, Management Strategies and Practices together with personnel management skills add to the strengths he brings to any organization or project.

“We are very excited to work with Kevin,” said Iain Fairgrieve, president of operations for Indo Pacific Gaming International, “Teaming up with Kevin to provide greater Table Games solutions for our customers is an exciting development for our company, and will enable us to broaden our scope of services to our customer base.”

“Kevin, brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in Tables Gaming related products and services which will be necessary to implement the plan to grow Indo Pacific Gaming’s international presence in the table gaming Oceanic region arena” added Fairgrieve.  

“Indo Pacific Gaming International is a great partner and major operator within the SE Asian region, and this partnership exemplifies their dedication to improving Table Gaming Sales and Operations and underscores their commitment to Table Games in general”, said Scorgie.