SOURCE: Spectrum Gaming Group

Spectrum Gaming Group

August 10, 2016 11:04 ET

Spectrum Gaming Group Adds Dennis Andreaci to International Team

LINWOOD, NJ--(Marketwired - Aug 10, 2016) - Spectrum Gaming Group, the global leader in gaming research and regulatory services, has entered into a strategic alliance with global gaming veteran Dennis Andreaci to enhance its operational and marketing experience, particularly in Asia.

"Dennis has extraordinary experience in developing casinos, opening major gaming facilities and fine-tuning the operation of casinos. He has a history and track record of success in multiple properties throughout Asia," said Spectrum Managing Director Fredric Gushin. "His experience will allow Spectrum to offer a broader range of services to both our Asian and international clients. Such services include casino development, operational and management audits, international marketing studies and anti-money laundering services."

Andreaci, who has held senior executive positions with Las Vegas Sands -- including opening the Sands and the Venetian (both in Macau) and development and planning of Marina Bay Sands Singapore -- also served as a senior executive at Galaxy Macau and Solaire in the Philippines. "I look forward to working with the entire Spectrum team in Asia, and helping to enhance the already formidable Spectrum brand," Andreaci said.

Spectrum has been involved in Asian gaming since 1993, and its sister company, Spectrum Asia Ltd., provides a full suite of services from its offices in Bangkok, Thailand and throughout Asia.

About Spectrum Gaming Group: Spectrum is an independent research, analysis and professional services firm serving private- and public-sector clients worldwide. Its client base includes government agencies from Singapore to West Virginia and Massachusetts, major securities firms, and commercial and tribal gaming operators. Spectrum has performed gaming analysis in areas from Macau and South Korea to emerging markets in the U.S. and elsewhere. Its services include regulatory and due-diligence services, to internet gaming and public policy to feasibility and economic-impact studies. Spectrum serves as the Executive Director for the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) and its sister companies include Spectrum Gaming Capital, based in New York; Spectrum Asia, based in Bangkok; and Spectrum-I, based in Horsham, PA.