GLI confirms two HR promotions to strengthen government relations

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Gaming Labs International (GLI) has promoted two of its staff members to lead the firm’s continuing push to have strong relations with tribal and governmental agencies. 

As part of the reshuffle, Joseph Bunevith has stepped up to be VP of Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs, while Kelly Myers will take on the role of Director of Government Affairs. 

GLI President & CEO James Maida commented: “At GLI, we are continually planning for the future of this exciting and dynamic industry. These proven leaders in their new positions enable us to serve our clients even better in both technology and regulatory advice, empowering our clients to face the future armed with the best possible information and insights.”

Both hires, GLI states, will help the firm to enhance its government and regulatory affairs team that will offer it “even more ability to partner and interact with tribal and government agencies”.

Bunveith first joined GLI in 2021 and has since been working with the firm’s clients to offer his expertise in operations, development, and gaming technology. He has previously been involved in developing fantasy sports online gaming platforms that have overseen product launches in the Facebook App Center, the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and Steam. 

Meanwhile, Myres has spent 17 years in the tribal gaming regulation space, during which she served as Compliance and Licensing Manager for the Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission
She has also worked as the Chairperson of the Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Regulators Association and Chair of the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Gaming Commission.