Gaming Laboratories International’s (GLI®) Director of Lottery Solutions Angela Wong will be Inducted into PGRI Lottery Industry Hall of Fame


Gaming Laboratories International’s (GLI®) Director of Lottery Solutions, Angela Wong will be inducted into the PGRI Lottery Industry Hall of Fame. Wong was chosen for the honor by the Hall’s current 94 members, who voted for and elected three industry leaders to be inducted into the Class of 2021.

Wong was chosen for the honor because of her long history of promoting excellence and integrity in the lottery industry. Also in the 2021 class are Wendy Montgomery, SVP, Global Brand, Marketing and Communications, IGT, and John Schulz, SVP, Instant Products and Partner Services, Scientific Games.

“I am humbled and honored to be selected as an inductee into the Lottery Industry Hall of Fame, and to work with so many talented and exceptional people dedicated to the success of the lottery industry,” Wong said.

“We were very excited to add Angela Wong to the GLI team earlier this year because of her rare set of skills and experience,” said Kevin Mullally, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and General Counsel. “The entire GLI family is grateful that lottery insiders and peers are recognizing her outstanding contributions to the industry. We are looking forward to supporting Angela in her new role as she continues to use her talents to benefit lottery clients around the world. She is yet another example of the deep bench of global expertise clients will find only at GLI.”

As GLI’s Director of Lottery Solutions, Wong is a valuable resource for the company’s lottery clients, working with lottery suppliers and technology vendors, providing insights into the future and guidance on their journey through GLI’s integrated compliance.

Prior to joining GLI, Wong was director of the Montana Lottery, where she earned an international reputation for her leadership and innovative approach. She also is the immediate past president of the North American States and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL), where she also held multiple leadership positions over ten years. She is also the immediate past vice president of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL).

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