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LAS VEGAS, Jan. 16, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Galaxy Gaming, Inc. (OTC:GLXZ), the world's second largest developer, manufacturer and distributor of casino table games and enhanced casino systems, announced today that Mr. Dan Lubin has been added to the Company's development team as its Table Games Project Manager.
Mr. Lubin, 52, was previously employed by Station Casinos, Inc., which operates 18 casinos in Las Vegas. Since joining Station Casinos in 2006, Mr. Lubin held various positions in table game operations and has been an active inventor of proprietary table games. One of his games, marketed as "EZ Pai Gow Poker," achieved commercial success for a competitor of Galaxy Gaming. Besides developing casino table games and having a thorough knowledge of table game operations, Mr. Lubin's professional background includes computer science and programming technologies. He also has a background in teaching mathematics and is a noted contributor to various internet-based forums pertaining to table games and table game math.
"While at Station Casinos, I was attracted by Galaxy Gaming's innovation in bringing cutting edge products to our casinos," commented Mr. Lubin. "As I became more familiar with Galaxy, its innovative products and its team of professionals, it was clear to me that this company is becoming a major player in the casino industry. Not only did I want to be a part of it, but I also believe my talents will play an active role in Galaxy's future," expressed Mr. Lubin. "I am thrilled to be a part of the team."
"For 2013, we plan a number of strategic decisions to stimulate further growth of our company," stated Galaxy's Chief Executive Officer, Robert Saucier. "Creating this important position within our development team is critical to this strategy and we are extremely fortunate to have someone with Dan's impressive credentials, expertise and enthusiasm. Dan's background serves as the perfect complement to our team and we look forward to his future contributions," added Mr. Saucier.