QCI names Brandon Lenssen as Vice President and General Manager

August 23, 2023
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His career in the casino industry spans more than two decades.

QCI has appointed casino industry insider Brandon Lenssen as its Vice President and General Manager. Lenssen brings more than 25 years of experience to his new role.

Prior to joining QCI, Lenssen worked for Bally's Black Hawk Casinos as its Vice President and General Manager. Throughout his lengthy career, he has functioned in various industry roles, including as an operator, operational intelligence partner and regulator.

Lenssen commended QCI for its innovation and its diverse gaming options.

He commented, "I've seen first-hand how the QCI Enterprise platform is making strides across a spectrum of organizational sizes.

“The industry's diversification, with facets like sports betting, social gaming and comprehensive resort offerings, necessitates enterprise-level tools that don't just gather data but spur action."

Company CTO Andrew Cardno took a moment to welcome Lenssen to the leadership team.

He commented, "We are honored to have Brandon join the QCI family. His unparalleled experience and insights will undoubtedly amplify our capabilities and the value we deliver to our partners.

“With Brandon Lenssen joining our ranks, we're not just adding a member to our team; we're integrating a wealth of experience, knowledge, and innovative thinking. We're embracing a vision that believes in the power of data, the potential of technology, and the promise of the future.”

Cardno went on to comment on the company’s future and the role that Lenssen will play in achieving QCI’s goals.

He said in closing, “Together, as we chart new territories and create transformative experiences, we're more equipped than ever.

“The casino industry is on the brink of evolution, and with strategic leaders like Brandon steering the ship, QCI is poised to lead the way."


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