Marker Trax and Koin Payments promote Charlie Skinner, Gary Larkin

April 7, 2023
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Both industry veterans will serve as President of their respective companies.

Las-Vegas based Marker Trax and Koin Payments have appointed two executives to serve in key leadership roles. Industry veterans Charlie Skinner and Gary Larkin will assume the role of President at Marker Trax and Koin respectively.

Marker Trax and Koin Payments Founder Gary Ellis described both men as ideal candidates for their respective roles and voiced his confidence in the future of both groups.

Ellis said: “The future of our industry is cashless, and Charlie and Gary are the perfect ambassadors to lead us into that future.

“Being involved with both companies from the beginning and, with decades of industry experience between them, they’ve had a monumental impact thus far; I have every confidence they’ll flourish in their new leadership roles.”

Skinner has been with Marker Trax since its founding and previously served as the organization's COO.

He commented on stepping into his new role as President by saying: “We’re bringing more and more operators and players into the cashless fold every day, and I’m excited to continue to work with Gary as our two companies move forward together.”

Larkin brings decades of industry experience to his new position at Koin. He commented on his working relationship with Skinner and his eagerness to aid in the company’s growth.

Larkin said: “From the beginning, Koin and Marker Trax have naturally evolved together. Charlie and I are committed to continuing that shared growth.”

Marker Trax and Koin work in tandem to provide cashless gaming markers and payment options to its clientele. Ellis founded Marker Trax in 2018 and Koin Payments in 2021.


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