Apogee adds further support for Apex

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Apex Gaming has expanded its gaming influence in North America with the main distributor in that market, Apogee Gaming, increasing its sales team to support the growth.

The Clover Link from Apex, already in five US states and gaining in presence in Latin America, is now supplemented by the Apex Player Station and the iDrop products, both now entering the US market.

Additions to the Apogee team include David Lyons and Michael Strader, with Lyons handling the eastern region of the US and Strader the west. Both are already familiar faces in the US gaming industry.

JL Drapeau, CEO at Apogee, said: “We are investing and growing our team to reflect the growth in our business in North America. The demand for Clover Link is strong and we are receiving excellent feedback from operators. Now we have these extra products we have much to offer and need to respond to the increasing demand. The arrival of David and Michael bring much experience to the team.”

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Apogee has also added Justin Reece as director of customer service in a key management change to lead the technical team and the logistics head is now Nelson Ortega from Maverick International in Miami.

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