Apex gaming is quickly making a name for itself in North and Central America with its progressive Link Clover Link now already available in five US states.
The electronic roulette Apex Player Station (APS) and the iDROP family have also been installed throughout the US. These successes have led to Apogee Gaming, the distributor for Apexgaming in North America to expand the team to support this growth.
David Lyons and Michael Strader have been appointed. David Lyons is responsible for the Eastern region and Michael Strader for the Western region. Both are well known and respected in the industry with proven track records.
“We are investing and growing our team to reflect how our business is growing in North America”, commented JL Drapeau, CEO of Apogee Gaming. “The demand for Clove Link is extremely strong as shown from the feedback from our installations and evidenced by the extremely high occupancy rates. With the APS, iDROP, live gaming tables and equipment as well, we have so much to offer and we need to ensure that we can respond to the increased demand. Both David and Michael bring so much gaming experience and proven success with them. It is a pleasure to have been able to bring such professionals on board.”
The Apogee team also added Justin Reece as Director of Customer Service as a key management team member and leader of the technical team to ensure all customers service needs are always met. To ensure rapid deployment a warehouse has been added and additional technical staff led by Mr. Nelson Ortega from Maverick International in the Miami area.
Kubilay Özer, Global Sales Director at Apex gaming, added: “We all know how difficult it is to break into the US gaming market. APOGEE gaming has done a fantastic job here and has quickly established APEX gaming as the newcomer from Europe that excels in performance and occupancy rates. These appointments ensure that future opportunities are quickly and professionally supported. The APEX team welcomes David and Michael and wishes them great success”.