TableMAX hires former Nevada Gaming Control Board chief
TableMAX Holdings LLC has named former Nevada Gaming Control Board Chief of Enforcement Keith Copher as the company’s senior vice president of compliance.
Prior to joining Las Vegas-based TableMAX Holdings LLC, one of the world’s leading developers of electronic table games, Copher was president of GGS-US, a technology risk management company. Prior to GGS-US, Copher spent approximately 25 years with the Nevada Gaming Control Board. At his retirement, he had served nine years as chief of the enforcement division.
TableMAX CEO Stephen Crystal said, “As TableMAX continues to aggressively expand into new markets, we wanted to hire the best compliance officer available to oversee that direction. And, as everyone who knows Keith will attest, that’s exactly what we did.”
Copher has extensive experience in the gaming compliance and enforcement fields. An internationally featured speaker at gaming conferences and seminars, he has also appeared in television documentaries regarding cheating at gambling and enforcement of gaming laws and regulations.
Copher is a member of International Masters of Gaming Law, on the board of directors for Nevada Council on Problem Gambling and the board of directors for Las Vegas Mob and Law Enforcement Museum (opening in 2010).
TableMAX owns global rights to popular table game content, including Progressive Blackjack, Caribbean Stud poker, Caribbean Draw poker, Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker and Bonus Blackjack.