IGT Honors Tribal Culture and Tribal Gaming Leaders with Special Event at Company’s Reno Campus

Nevada Congressman, Local Tribes, Tribal Gaming Leaders Among Guests at Special Event

Reno, Nev. — Honorary guests and IGT employees gathered at IGT’s Reno, Nev. campus to participate in a special event honoring Tribal cultures and the Company’s many customers that represent tribal gaming enterprises. The event kicked off with welcoming comments by Nevada Congressman Mark Amodei (NV-02). The Congressman’s remarks were followed by cultural performances, and then more formal comments and presentations by IGT CEO North America, Renato Ascoli, and a variety of leaders from the tribal gaming sector including National Indian Gaming Association Chairman, Ernest Stevens Jr.

Members of Northern Nevada’s Reno-Sparks Indian Colony and the Pyramid Lake Paiute tribe attended and had a leading roles in the ceremony.

Tribal gaming is a $33 billion-plus per-year industry and represents the largest segment of the U.S. gaming industry. IGT’s Reno manufacturing facility employees many create products and services that generate economic growth opportunities for tribes in all geographies of the U.S.