Grover Gaming, Inc. announced today that, effective February 4, 2019, Scott Henneman will be its new Vice-President of Business Development and Governmental Relations. Mr. Henneman will represent Grover Gaming in its expanding role in electronic Lottery and Charitable Gaming markets internationally.
Most recently, Mr. Henneman was Vice-President of Diamond Game a Pollard Banknote Company after previously being Vice President & General Manager of the Oasis Gaming Division of International Gamco Inc. for the past twenty-six years. Before joining International Gamco, Mr. Henneman was Director of Operations for the South Dakota Lottery and was responsible for the management of that lottery’s implementation of the first Video Lottery program in the industry from 1989 to 1992. Prior to that he was Special Assistant to the Governor of The State of South Dakota, managing the legislative process for the Governor’s Office and Executive Branch from 1986 to 1989. Henneman is also a Past Director and Vice President of the North American Gaming Regulators Association (NAGRA).
“Scott is a great addition to the team here at Grover Gaming. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in electronic gaming. Additionally, he knows what it’s like to be a gaming regulator and is familiar with the special challenges associated with Lottery and Charitable Gaming in this country and internationally. We are very excited to have him!” said Garrett Blackwelder, President of Grover Gaming.
Henneman joins Grover Gaming, Inc. to help continue Grover’s recent success and expansion in Charitable Electronic Gaming and Lottery markets in the United States and Canada. Henneman said, “I look forward to being part of the Grover Gaming team. They have the most innovative gaming products in the industry and have demonstrated that their game development and graphics generate more net earnings for charities and lotteries than competitive products.” Henneman added, “I am excited to be part of Grover Gaming’s growth and am confident that I can make a difference there.”
Grover Gaming develops software, game content and gaming systems and is licensed in New Hampshire, Kentucky, North Dakota, Washington, Ontario Canada, and The Commonwealth of Virginia.
Grover Gaming’s design and development facility is located in Greenville, North Carolina, employing over 140 talented team members including developers, artists, audio designers, programmers, and .net developers.