The Gaming Technologies Association (GTA) has announced its new Board Chair and Vice Chair at the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE) with Anthony Ball and Cameron Louis taking the roles respectively.
Ball takes over from Adrian Halpenny who has been GTA’s Chair for over nine years during which time he helped transform the association’s advocacy capabilities and also oversaw exponential growth of the AGE, the association’s showcase event.
Ball thanked Halpenny for his outstanding service to the association and said it was an honour to be chosen to follow him as Chair.
“Our association has a well thought out plan for how it can contribute to the long-term wellbeing of gaming technology and supplier companies, venues and all that have a stake in our industry,” Ball said.
“We will work energetically to deliver our agenda, which includes increasing stakeholder understanding of our industry, supporting efficient, balanced and effective rules and regulation; promoting technology as an enabler of responsible gameplay; encouraging innovation to meet player and customer (venue) needs; and representing the interests of technology companies while contributing to gaming industry advocacy more broadly”.