International edition
September 27, 2020

Marc McDermott and Ron Malinowski

Cadillac Jack named two gaming veterans to develop new markets and technologies

(US).- Cadillac Jack informed that it has appointed two gaming veterans to its management team to support business development in new jurisdictions and drive development of new products and technologies. Marc McDermott joins as Director of Jurisdictional Engineering and Ron Malinowski steps into the role of Director of Sales.

We are extremely pleased to have these talented and experienced leaders join Cadillac Jack,” said Gene Chayevsky, CEO of Cadillac Jack.  “Each has an extensive track record of accomplishments in the industry and will be instrumental in our product development strategy and advance into new markets, such as Illinois VLT”.

Marc McDermott was named Director of Jurisdictional Engineering

Marc McDermott recently joined Cadillac Jack as Director of Jurisdictional Engineering.  In this new role, McDermott is primarily responsible for Cadillac Jack’s Jurisdictional Engineering and Software Quality Assurance.  Previously, he served four years as Technical Director for the Gaming Standards Association (GSA) in Las Vegas where he worked closely with members of the GSA Technical Committee to develop the G2S and S2S protocols for the industry. 

Prior to GSA, he also served for eight years as the Division Chief for the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s test and approval laboratory.  While at the NGCB, he developed, in cooperation with the gaming industry, Nevada’s technical standards for system based and system supported gaming which later became the model for commercial testing laboratories and other state labs across the country. 

Ron Malinowski joins the firm as Director of Sales

As Director of Sales, Ron Malinowski’s primary focus will be on the VLT market in Illinois and other expanding commercial jurisdictions.  He brings more than 25 years of gaming experience to Cadillac Jack with recent tenures managing the sales organizations at Sega and Capcom.  He also developed extensive operational experience while at Bally where he managed its 500+ amusement centers.  His strong relationships with local VLT operators combined with his unique ability to cultivate new business opportunities at the national account level will enable Cadillac Jack’s seamless entry into the Illinois VLT market and other ambient/distributed machine markets.

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