Testing and certification services provider Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) announced Thursday it has appointed Spanish Gaming executive Elizabeth to its Latin America & Caribbean Team as Government Relations and Business Development Executive for . The role will see her help ’s clients capitalize on crossover opportunities throughout , Latin America, and across the globe. She will be based in .

Karen Sierra-Hughes, VP of Latin America and the Caribbean, said: ‘We are excited to have Elizabeth join the team, where she will focus on the region’s land-based and online gaming, sports betting, and lottery client needs. is committed to providing first-class service to the Spanish market, and we look forward to developing closer and stronger collaboration with the Spanish industry.’

‘With Elizabeth on board, and our continually expanding GLI Spain laboratory, we are more than ready to support our clients’ expansion objectives with timely and thorough services,’ Sierra-Hughes added.

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Karen Sierra-Hughes, VP of Latin America and the Caribbean

holds a vast amount of gaming industry knowledge, GLI noted. Most recently, she served as Commercial Manager to Everymatrix Group’s in-house game studio, Spearhead Studios. Previously, she served as Account Management Team Lead and Account & Sales Manager. Prior to Spearhead Studios, she served as Account Manager for Gaming Innovation Group.

She also has “a deep gaming and hospitality background,” holding both a Master’s Executive degree in Hotel Management, Restaurant, and Food & Beverage, as well as a Bachelor of Tourism degree.

Earlier this week, and during an exclusive interview with Yogonet, the VP of North American Client Services, Salim L. Adatia, confirmed the company’s attendance at the upcoming G2E Las Vegas, where the business will showcase a wide variety of products and services. “Our goal for G2E is to help attendees move forward with the highest level of technical and regulatory integrity”,” the executive said during the interview.





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