SOURCE: Interblock


September 01, 2015 09:00 ET

Interblock Names Bryan Coy Chief Accounting Officer

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - September 01, 2015) - Luxury gaming manufacturer Interblock® has named gaming and hospitality finance professional Bryan Coy as the company's Chief Accounting Officer. He will be based in the company's North American headquarters in Las Vegas.

Interblock CEO John Connelly said, "Bryan is one of the most respected, most accomplished financial professionals in the gaming & hospitality industry. His extensive experience in public and private sector, road shows, SEC reporting, and international consolidations will be extremely valuable to Interblock during this aggressive growth period in our company's history."

Coy brings a wealth of public and private gaming financial experience to Interblock. Most recently, Coy served as Chief Accounting Officer, Americas for privately held Aruze Gaming America. He has also served as Director of Financial Reporting for Fontainebleau Resorts, as Chief Financial Officer for Shuffle Master - Americas, as Vice President of Finance at international hospitality developer Sunterra, as CFO/Vice President of Finance for software developer eSchool Solutions and as Manager at Deloitte & Touche.

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About Interblock
Interblock® is a worldwide leading developer and supplier of luxury electronic table gaming products. Its multi-player gaming devices set industry standards and provide the ultimate in luxury interactive entertainment experiences. The Interblock brand is globally recognized for diamond quality gaming solutions and technical support in more than 130 jurisdictions. Interblock's exclusive collection of fully and semi-automated electronic gaming tables and video gaming solutions provide casinos, arcades and gambling halls with superior product performance and their guests with an unforgettable gaming experience. For more information, visit or call +1 (702) 260-1384.

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