BMM Brings Back Tribal Gaming Director

BMM Testlabs has re-hired Jodi DiLascio as director of tribal gaming, serving as primary liaison to regulators and operators in North America.

International gaming testing company BMM Testlabs announced that Jodi DiLascio has rejoined the team in North America as director of tribal gaming. Leading BMM’s Tribal Gaming Division, DiLascio will serve as primary liaison to tribal gaming regulators and operators across the United States and Canada.

With over 30 years experience in the gaming industry, DiLascio started her gaming career in Atlantic City with Resorts, Tropicana and Harrah’s. Later, she formed an independent consulting firm servicing the Indian Gaming Division of the former Harrah’s Entertainment and a marketing firm serving Native American tribes throughout the U.S.

“Over my 20-plus years spent in Indian Country, I have been blessed to have developed strong friendships and professional ties to the many tribal gaming regulators, tribal governments and tribal operators throughout the nations,” DiLascio said. “Over this time I have been fortunate to have witnessed and helped support so many tribes create a positive impact on their communities through the economic development of gaming.

“Feedback from the market has been incredibly positive in regards to the high standards of BMM’s testing compared to other labs, and I’m honored to be back home at BMM. I stand committed to continuing BMM’s support of our regulators, operators and tribal governments in the success of their businesses for the next seven generations.”

“Jodi is immensely well respected within tribal gaming,” said Travis Foley, GLI’s executive VP of operations for the Americas, “and we are very pleased to see Jodi back with BMM Testlabs. She will continue to maintain BMM’s strong tribal relationships matching the unique needs of tribal clients with BMM’s knowledge, expertise and resources.”