Bragg Gaming Group, a global B2B gaming technology and content provider, announced that the company’s board of directors has appointed Mark Clayton to the board. Bragg also announced that Cristina Romero has resigned from the board effective immediately, having notified the Board that she will be focusing on other business commitments and activities.
Clayton is an internationally recognized gaming attorney whose experience includes serving as a member of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, as chief of the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s Corporate Securities Division, as General Counsel and company secretary for several U.S. listed gaming companies, and as a gaming and corporate attorney for a number of gaming companies.
From 2014 through earlier this year he served as chair of Greenberg Traurig L.P.’s global gaming practice where he oversaw the firm’s international gaming practice for clients including Genting Berhad, Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas Sands, 888 Holdings, DraftKings, Flutter and Entain, as well as various investment banks and lenders to the industry. He was a member of the Nevada Gaming Control Board from 2005-2008.
Clayton currently serves as an independent member of the Palms Resort Casino compliance committee and during his career he also served on the compliance committees at Caesars Entertainment, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, and Silicon Gaming.
Paul Godfrey, chairman of Bragg, commented, “Mark is recognized as one of the most accomplished attorneys in the gaming industry, with a career that spans decades of providing legal and strategic counsel to clients that are among the industry’s leaders. Mark’s wealth of expertise and experience will serve us well as we continue to execute on our global B2B iGaming expansion initiatives. We are very pleased to welcome Mark to the Board.”
Clayton holds a J.D., with honors, from the Pepperdine University School of Law and a B.S. in business administration, accounting and finance from Washington University in St. Louis. He is a Member of the State Bar of Nevada and has served as Vice Chair for its Gaming Law Section. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Nevada’s William S. Boyd School of Law.