Australia’s IPG International appoints new GM for Asian sales, marketing

Australia-based IPG (or Indo-Pacific Gaming) International has appointed a former accountant and consultant as the new general manager responsible for all Asian sales and marketing.
Gus Noble is to be based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as IPG International is linked to virtual games specialist Kiron Interactive (Pty) Ltd which will provide a Keno gaming system to NagaWorld casino resort in Cambodia.
IPG International, also known as Indo Pacific Gaming, was set up in 1989 with headquarters in Sydney and is a regional gaming equipment supplier and gaming operator to the Asian and Australasian market.
IPG said in a statement that Noble’s appointment was “part of its ongoing growth management strategies”.
Noble started his career as a chartered accountant, before working as a consultant focused on the gaming industry, business development marketing and sales. In 2007 he set up a gaming consultancy firm in Macau.
IPG said that as the company continues to grow strongly and expand regionally, Noble’s long experience in gaming in the Asian region and customer focus were a welcome addition.