Mike Dreitzer was named the President of Gaming Arts in February 2018 and at the same time, joined the Gaming Arts Board of Advisors.
He brings nearly 20 years’ experience in gaming manufacturing, technology, and regulation, having held key positions with several leading companies in the sector.
Most recently, for the past four years, Dreitzer was the President of North America for Ainsworth Game Technology, where he led a period of significant growth, taking the business to more than $80 million in annual revenue and spearheading other significant growth initiatives.
Before that, he served six years as Chief Operating Officer for BMM Testlabs, the longest-established private independent gaming testing laboratory in the world.
Previously, Dreitzer was the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of Global Gaming Group (G3). This gaming, entertainment, compliance, and technology-focused business creates and delivers content and systems to both established and emerging gaming markets across the globe.
Earlier in his career, Dreitzer served six years as the Executive Vice President and General Counsel for Progressive Gaming International Corporation.
He also was the Deputy Attorney General with the State of Nevada for three years.
Dreitzer earned a Juris Doctor from Emory University School of Law, and a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University.