Home » Eclipse Gaming Systems names Boris Amegadjie as CEO
Eclipse Gaming Systems, a leading supplier of innovative games and systems to the global gaming industry, announced the appointment of Boris Amegadjie as chief executive officer of the company.
Mr. Amegadjie brings extensive gaming experience to his position as CEO of Eclipse. Most recently, he served as Executive Director of Product Management for WMS Gaming, a division of Scientific Games. Mr. Amegadjie developed and directed WMS’s product strategy in Class II, Washington Central determination and Canadian VLT, and led multiple M&A activities and integrations. He also managed the product management teams responsible for casinos, systems and international product lines, propelling revenue of $300 million per year for the company. Prior to WMS, Mr. Amegadjie was director of product management for 3COM, a fortune 1000 manufacturer of IP-based wireless products for voice, data and video traffic, where he drove revenue and margin growth while reducing product time to market. Mr. Amegadjie holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
“Boris is an accomplished and passionate leader with an impressive track record of strategic development and revenue growth,” said Greg Drew, principal owner of Eclipse Gaming Systems. “Boris brings a new dimension to our efforts as the scope of our product offerings and market penetration expands. As we continue to position the company for the next phase of growth, I am confident that Boris’ tremendous industry experience, innovative ideas and process improvements will drive the transformation of Eclipse and lead our company and our customers to new levels of success.”
“I’m honored to have been chosen to lead Eclipse Gaming Systems into the next exciting era of the company,” stated Boris Amegadjie. “I look forward to working with our executive team and our employees as we develop new product lines and drive growth for our company, as well as for the entire Class II tribal gaming ecosystem as it transitions to local, mobile and social offerings.”
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