Paradise Entertainment has announced the appointment of Kelcey Allison as senior vice-president for operations and business development of an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary in the United States.
Allison will be principally responsible for driving business development on slot machines and electronic table gaming machines and equipment, overseeing and leading sales operations primarily in the North American gaming markets to meet the growing demand for the group’s gaming products.
Jay Chun, chairman and managing director of Paradise stated, “I am delighted to welcome Kelcey to Paradise as his appointment marks the elevation of our customer engagement strategy for the increasing demands for our slot machines and other gaming machines and equipment in the North American gaming markets. Kelcey has a proven track record for delivering growth and deep insights into the gaming industry.”
Allison previously held several senior executive roles in various firms, including Aruze and Ainsworth.
Paradise Entertainment engages in the development, sale and leasing of electronic gaming equipment and systems globally, as well as the provision of casino management services in Macau. It also operates two casinos in Macau, Casino Kam Pek Paradise and Casino Waldo.